Early on in his life, Aaron Linsdau received his first Canon AE-1 from his father and was soon hooked on photography. It did not take long before his interest in technical and artistic media production grew into a full time fascination. With an engineer’s mind, Aaron pursued and earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a master’s degree in computational science.
With those degrees in hand, Aaron was able to explore the world of electronic and software design as a full career. This was then dramatically redirected with his successful conquering of a solo full distance trip from the edge of Antarctica to the South Pole. He is the second only America to have ever skied this 700+ mile trip by himself. He is authoring a book, Antarctic Tears, due out in spring of 2014. True to form, he is also producing a documentary on the same expedition.
Aaron has worked as a director of photography, cinematographer, director, gaffer, grip and technician on multiple video productions. His passion for creating a concise, compelling scenes and drives him to make the best out of any budget, large or small. He is also a commercial photographer, able to deliver complex images to clients on time and on budget.