Filmmaker & Musician

Aaron 'AC' Peer is a director, editor and cinematographer known for documentaries and music videos. He's an artist and technician with 12 years production and post experience.  

Peer is also a musical recording artist and producer, having released four EPs and a handful of singles since starting as a solo act in 2017. HuffPost called his debut release "sultry & soulful".

Starting in 2008 while earning his BA from Fordham University, Aaron worked as an audio engineer and videographer at pioneering public radio station WFUV FM. Also while at Fordham, Peer directed and produced a narrative short film Poolside (2012) starring singer Lana Del Rey. 

Peer went on to work for Brooklyn-based indie cinema post house Nice Dissolve. In collaboration with Nice Dissolve, he media managed and did dailies for several feature productions including Spike Lee's The Sweet Blood of Jesus (2014), Chi-raq (2015 via Amazon Studios) and It Comes at Night (2017 via A24) directed by Trey Edward Shults for whom Aaron also served as Assistant Editor. 

From 2017 through 2021, Peer edited a feature film Frank Miller - American Genius (2021), a documentary profiling the comics creator and director known for Sin City, 300 and creating the Dark Knight Batman character and comic. The film premiered at Roma Cinema Fest in October 2021 alongside two A24 features and Marvel Eternals (2021). During that same period and through 2022, Peer shot and cut several short films.

Aaron grew up in New Jersey and lives in Brooklyn. His father is a musician, his mother is a visual artist and his brother is both. 

Complete CV on request; acpeerfilm at gmail dot com

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