If you're visiting this page and you're not Aaron's mother, welcome. If you are, welcome back.
Aaron was born and raised a Hoosier, and left Indiana when he was 18. After stints in Pittsburgh (Carnegie Mellon) and Los Angeles, he landed in New York City in ’96 to attend Circle in the Square Theater School.
His love of travel, inherited from his parents, has taken him to Vietnam, Slovenia, Peru, Mexico, Nepal, and much of Europe. He lived with his parents in Israel for a year when he was seven, and his mother, a scientist, was there on sabbatical.
Highlights of Aaron's adventures outdoors include climbing Huayna Potosi, a 20,000 foot peak in Bolivia, summiting Washington's Mt. Rainier with his father, and walking the length of the John Muir Trail (210 miles) in the high sierras, also with his dad.
He doesn't touch coffee. He drinks chai lattes and I.P.A.'s. He avoids mushrooms and bok choi and rarely turns down an invite to go for a run or play tennis. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and young daughter.