Aaron Stoller finds humour in even the most seemingly ordinary encounters. He entered the commercial world via MTV’s On-Air promotions department, directing hundreds of spots for the channel throughout his almost 10-year tenure, many of which earned top honours from major award shows around the world.
Since joining Biscuit Filmworks, Aaron has continued his prolific output, helming campaigns for dozens of top global brands. His 2012 spot “Shake On It” for ESPN garnered a Silver Lion at Cannes, a One Show Silver Pencil, a Gold Andy Award, a Silver Clio and an AICP Award; and his work for Clorox was also honoured with both Silver and Bronze Clios. His most recent projects include humorous campaigns for AT&T, Ikea, Dollar Shave Club, Comcast, and Kayak; Super Bowl 50 spot “The Chase” for Hyundai, which garnered over 18 million YouTube views; and a biting PSA for the National Partnership for Women and Families, which takes on paid family and medical leave. Inspired by any opportunity to create something fresh and new, Aaron excels at patiently finding the perfect cast for each of his projects, complete with impeccable comedic timing. He has a knack for putting celebrities at ease, working with everyone from actors Tom Cruise and Anne Hathaway to professional athletes Steph Curry and Tiger Woods.
When not expertly magnifying human moments in fits of creative genius, Aaron can be found golfing or gambling (or on a good day, both).