Aaron Marinel is a graduate of Full Sail University and has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Film. Aaron has worked on projects ranging from Documentaries, Short Films, Commercials, Live Events and Music Videos.
In 2011 Aaron's Short 35mm Film "RUST" won the Best Florida Film Award
at the Independents' Film Festival. RUST is the story of a murdered
young man who comes back as a ghost to rescue his girlfriend from her
nefarious step father. Aaron was the Director (along with Rebecca
Hodges), Writer and Editor on the film.
In 2010 Aaron and his colleagues won the Brouhaha Film Festival and were featured in the Florida Film Festival with
their Documentary "Space Town", the story of Titusville, Florida a small
almost ghost town who's fate has always hinged on the success or
failure of the NASA program in Cape Canaveral. Aaron came up with the
Documentary's concept and was the Editor.
In 2006 Aaron won the Jury Selection Award at the Filmstream Film Festival for his Documentary "Taking Back Odiorne", the story of a New Hampshire state park that was plagued for over 20 years by devil worshipers and an infamous serial flasher.
Along with being a Filmmaker Aaron is also an inventor. He's invented a couple different video camera stabilizers which are distributed through his company, SteadiRIGS LLC.