What I do defines me.
In my free time, I administer virtual private servers, watch Apple’s World Wide Developer’s Conferences, edit videos in Final Cut Pro X, manage a digital library of 40,000 photos and upgrade computers to Windows 8 and Mac OS X Mountain Lion. In short, my free time is spent learning about new technology and sharing what I’ve learned with others.
I graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of the Incarnate Word with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Communication Arts. I am now interning at the Valero Alamo Bowl where I manage their media files, assist co-workers with technology and produce videos for a stadium of 65,277 to see.
Aaron has consistently gone over and above creatively. He has an amazing talent and is one of those people that really loves what he does which makes him all the more talented.
Aaron is stellar at digital media and technology concepts. His work with us has been very professional, even though he is just getting started on his career path. Don’t miss on this guy, he is a top draft pick for any company.
It is my goal to have a working knowledge of all forms of digital media so that I can easily manage everything myself. I found that my never-ending curiosity drives me to excel in the following areas:
I have been shooting video for 12 years and editing video for 7. Over that time I have learned various techniques and used different software. I am familiar with Final Cut Pro, Sony Vegas, Adobe Premier, Pinnacle, Windows Movie Maker and Apple iMovie. My recent work for the Valero Alamo Bowl was viewed over 13,000 times online and by 65,277 in-game.
My photographic work has been published twice by the Photographer’s Forum Magazine appearing in the Best of Photography 2010 on page 88 and the Best of College Photography 2011 on page 107.
I am constantly exploring new Content Management Systems and sharping my skills on familiar ones. I’ve worked with WordPress, Drupal, Vanilla Forums, iWeb, Weebly, Tumblr and Adobe Muse. I have also worked extensively with webmail products such as atMail, Squirrel Mail, RoundCube and Google Apps for Business.