Aaron McAdams

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Aaron McAdams is an editor, director and writer based in Los Angeles, CA. He has extensive experience in the world of film and television documentary, as well as in short-form content like sizzle reels, trailers, commercials and web-based video.

Recently, he's helped create numerous documentaries for National Geographic Channel, including "Party Like the Queen of France," his writing and directing debut for broadcast television. He also edited the one-hour special "Crime Lords of Tokyo," which won a Silver Telly Award for Documentary Editing.

Other past projects include:
- Editing "Woman Rebel," a short documentary about a guerrilla uprising in Nepal
that was short-listed for the 2010 Academy Awards.

- Associate producing and editing "A Taste of TED 2012," a behind the scenes look
at the high-profile TED Conference in Long Beach, CA.

- Writing and editing "ARCH: Animal Relief in Haiti," which won a Silver Telly Award
in the Non-Profit Film category.

Aaron is also an accomplished musician, and serves as music supervisor on many of the projects he's involved in.