aash@aashaaron.com

  +61 418 225 061

  P.O. Box 1308 Broadbeach, Australia 4218




About Aash

With over 25 years experience in all areas of the entertainment industry and having performed multiple job roles both in front and behind the scenes in numerous stage and screen productions, Aash has gained himself quite a reputation as an "unstoppable whirlwind of success, dedication, motivation and passion". Over the years Aash has also worked in quite a number of top Actors Casting Agencies as both Casting Agent, Consultant and an Acting Coach/Lecturer and in 2006 was invited to lecture on "Acting & The Film Industry" at Australia's most renowned drama school "The National Institute of Dramatic Arts" (NIDA).

Aash cut his teeth with a few short films which he wrote himself while also shooting, directing & editing numerous show-reels for his private acting students. Confident in his ability to take on a feature length film Aash wrote the specifically designed low budget teen thriller film called I.C.U. (2009) which he produced, directed and raised funded for. Immediately after shooting "I.C.U." Aash had an opportunity to shoot his 2nd feature film which he also wrote co-produced & directed called Vigilante (2008) so he took it, which resulted in it being completed, sold and distributed in the USA.

Currently Aash Aaron is in post-production on his 3rd feature film which is a supernatural thriller called Haunted: 333 (2015) which he shot in LA earlier this year and plans to return there ASAP as soon as his next screenplay is completed that he is currently working on.


Career Goals

As a Producer I plan to be the equivalent of an Australian "Jerry Bruckheimer" by continuing to take on multiple projects and putting trusted professional teams together to manage them and see them through to completion. As a Writer/Director I plan to be the Aussie "Christopher Nolan" by developing exciting high concept feature films for a global/universal market. As a Filmmaker I will continue to be an Aussie "Robert Rodriguez" who never says die or believes that anything is NOT possible to do in film making. These men are my heros and their success is my blueprint.