Aaron Stoller is a well-rounded director with a knack for finding humor in even the most seemingly ordinary encounters. A lifelong cinephile, Aaron studied directing at the University of Missouri and entered the commercial world via MTV’s On-Air promotions department, where he constantly shot a variety of spots for the popular TV channel. During his almost 10-year tenure with MTV, Aaron directed hundreds of campaigns, many of which earned top honors from Cannes, ADC, AICP, D&AD and the Clios.
Since joining biscuit filmworks, Aaron has helmed notable campaigns for brands such as FedEx, Bank of America, Taco Bell, Volkswagen, HBO, Time Warner, NFL RedZone, Foot Locker, American Express, AT&T, ESPN, Sprint, Virgin Mobile, Clorox, bestselling video game Call of Duty, and more. Several of his recent campaigns have earned industry accolades including “Shake On It” for ESPN, which garnered a Silver Lion at Cannes, a One Show Silver Pencil, a Gold Andy Award, a Silver Clio and an AICP Award. His work for Clorox was also honored with both Silver and Bronze Clios.
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. When not expertly magnifying human moments in fits of creative genius, Aaron can be found golfing or gambling (or on a good day, both).