Aaron Platt

Aaron Platt, (born June 9, 1981), is an American film director and cinematographer residing in Los Angeles, California. Platt's body of work consists of cinematography for music videos, feature films and commercials and directing commercials and music videos. Platt is a frequent collaborator with independent film director, Cam Archer. His work on Archer's feature film debut, Wild Tigers I Have Known, which premiered at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, earned him a Best Cinematography nomination at the 2007 Independent Spirit Awards. The Independent Spirit Awards seeks to celebrate the spirited pioneers who bring a unique vision to filmmaking. His latest collaboration with Mr. Archer consists of a feature film titled "Shit Year" which will premiere at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival and is starring Ellen Barkin and Malora Walters. Platt directed his first music video in 2004 for Kelli Scarr's, "Haunts Me". Some of the more notable music artists Platt has directed music videos for include Keri Hilson, ("I Like"), and OneRepublic, ("Apologize").


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