My name is Aaron Leong and I've been in the industry for 13 years. I went to SF State for theatre arts with a double emphasis on performance and directing. I worked as an actor for a few years at Kaiser Permanente's Educational Theatre Programs, after which I started a production company and got into commercial work and weddings. I went back to school at the Art Institute for filmmaking, where I concentrated on cinematography and directing. I continue my education in cinematography at GCI in LA taught and mentored by ASC members.
I currently reside in Sacramento but do travel for work quite often. I own a lot of gear including a full RED Dragon package and a set of Zeiss CP.2s. I have a lot of gear for rental including wireless director's monitors, client monitors, 2-way radio systems, steadicam and much more. Please feel free to contact me regarding your productions needs.
Film by Aaron Leong (Comedy) Director A high school student must hide the fact that he has become pregnant from his family, friends and the school faculty!
Film (short) by Chris King (Drama, Romance and War) Actor A severely wounded Marine and his wife finally come home following months of surgeries and rehab. A powerful and realistic depiction of what it is like for our wounded vets and their spouses as they face enormously difficult times ahead.
An Evening with Cake
TV Movie by Heidi Boucher (Music) Camera and Electrical Department
Film (short) by Sean Stueve (Comedy and Family) Cinematographer Norton doesn't really like his job. He works at a call center in Heaven where he listens to prayers and prioritizes them. Most of the prayers he gets are for football games and lottery tickets, and he is starting to lose faith in humanity. At the end of a particularly taxing day Norton leaves early only to return the next day and find that he missed an important prayer. He decides to travel to Earth to fix the problem before he gets in trouble with his boss, but that means talking to the man who made the important prayer and convincing him to stop praying. Written by Sean Stueve
Film (short) by Rachel Voter (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department, Cinematographer Crane is a short adaptation of the famous Japanese Folktale, Tsuru no Ongaeshi, about a woman that can magically transform into a crane and back, and her devoted, yet poor husband whom is none the wiser.
The Art Of
Television (Reality-TV) Camera and Electrical Department
Film (short) by Christa Bella Cinematographer
Film (short) by Rich Ehisen (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department An idealistic young teacher takes her class to the Capitol in Sacramento to see 'democracy in action,' but instead encounters outrageous lawmakers and childish infighting.
What You Can't Have
Film (short) by Rachel Voter (Drama) Cinematographer An emotionally neglected housewife engages in an affair with a younger man, whose passion turns to obsession when she refuses to leave her husband. This film is for anyone that's ever found themselves in the position of wanting what they can't have. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Imani C. Davis (Biography and Drama) Cinematographer Scraps is a short film about Maggie, a teenaged girl burdened with not knowing where she came from. Her story begins at infancy during her last encounter with her mother, which involves a spontaneous and deranged baptism. Being born again to a string of foster parents, Maggie reminds herself that even though her life seems bleak, it can always be worse. She survives on scraps of kindness from others, but longs for the day when mere survival isn't her primary concern. Maggie's desire to know her origins ends when she convinces herself that her mother is Rhonda, a ranting homeless woman. As she tries to save Rhonda she realizes that even if she is her mother, she is not capable of mothering. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Aaron Leong (Adventure, Drama and Mystery) Director When April Clark's boyfriend tries to prevent her from following her dreams, the talented actress from a small town must decide how far she'll go to be a star.
Film (short) by Vadanak Ke (Drama) Actor, Editor, Producer Best laid plans take a turn for the deadly in Zephyr.