Aaron Bernakevitch is an associate member of the Canadian Society of Cinematographers and is celebrating over a decade in the film industry.
Aaron has created documentaries, commercial spots, music videos and dramatic features in Canada, China, Taiwan, El Salvador, Australia and across the USA as a Camera Operator and Cinematographer.
Aaron is a multi award winning cinematographer whose awards include: Best Cinematographer-Drama under 30 minutes at the AMPIA's (Alberta Media Production Industries Association) for" Dear Kate” (2017) and again for “Hello World" (2015), Aaron has also snagged back-to-back AMPIA's for Best Music Video with Petunia’s “Mercy” (2016) and Hello Moth’s “A Song about Transience” (2017). He has been recognized with a Best Cinematography - Feature Film at the Mumbai International Women's Film Festival for this work on “Three Colors and Canvas” as well as Best Cinematography – Short Film at the Red Dirt International Film Festival on “Consolation Prize”.
Telling authentic stories requires quality tools of the trade and Aaron is well versed in many of these mediums including 35mm film, Digital Cinema Cameras which include Red Epic, Arri Alexa, Sony and the Digital Canon line, and his good 'ol iPhone. When Aaron isn’t on set or sending emails late into the night, he can be found teaching Red Camera classes or enjoying a high-score game of golf