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A vector drawing of Aaron Joseph Washington

Aaron Washington, aka Aaron Joseph, is well defined as a "one‐stop shop". His wide range of skills includes, but is not limited to, 3D modeling and animation, Motion Graphics, Video Editing, Music Composition and Arrangement, Print Design, Photography, Web Design, Painting, and Illustration. Aaron is currently living in Henderson, TN with his beautiful wife Rebecca and is working with the local advertising agency Bramblett Group, which he has been working with since August 2015.

In addition to working at the Bramblett Group, Aaron has also worked as a Graphic Design Teaching Assistant for 3 semesters at Freed-Hardeman University (while still an undergraduate student), leading software demonstrations, practice sessions, and lectures. He has also remotely worked with multiple clients in several states across the nation, which include Killeen, TX, Lake Forest, CA, and New York City, NY. To top it all off, Aaron is the Associate Minister at the Pinson Church of Christ in Pinson, TN.

Aaron Washington graduated from Freed-Hardeman University with a B.A. in Art with an emphasis in Graphic Design and a Minor in Digital Music Production. He plans on pursuing an M.F.A. in Motion Graphics from SCAD and possibly an additional M.F.A. in Music Composition from Academy of Art University. Aaron's ultimate career goal is to work as a Creative in the entertainment industry, especially Film or Film Advertising, and to one day earn the position of a Creative Director.

Aaron is not only passionate about his career, but also his family, his desire to learn, and his faith. He was raised in a creative atmosphere (his father is a designer for ESPN, his Mother is an educator, and his brother is an artist) and actively pursues knowledge and experience that will continue to enhance his creativity and originality. If you would like to reach out to Aaron, please contact him at aaronjwashington2@gmail.com. You can download his resumés by simply clicking the links below.

The term "Magnum Opus" is Latin for "Great Work," as in a great work of art.