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Aron has always had a strong interest in multimedia. However it was not until the opening year of Melbourne’s ‘White Night’ festival that he was inspired to transfer and develop his skills into the live music and theatrical arts. Over the years Aron has delved into everything from generative visuals and animation through to live camera manipulation and projection. His studies at NIDA have given Aron the opportunity to refine his styles and techniques for theatrical performance, allowing him to create designs that blend what can otherwise be an obtrusive medium seamlessly into the world.
More than anything, Aron enjoys pushing the envelope of design and technology to create inspiring designs for live performance. He is always seeking to create new and innovative experiences that inspire audiences and leave lasting impressions.
Aron is looking forward to the coming year where he will be working between Sydney and Melbourne on a range of exciting projects while continuing to develop and sharpen his skills.