Filmmaker & Musician

Aaron 'AC' Peer is a director, producer, cinematographer & editor known for music videos and docs with a candid yet elegant visual style & pace. 

At age 20, while working on his BA from Fordham University, Peer wrote, directed & produced a narrative short Poolside (2010) starring singer Lana Del Rey. 

After graduation, Aaron went on to work for Brooklyn-based indie cinema post house Nice Dissolve. This landed him on the set of Spike Lee's The Sweet Blood of Jesus (2014) and Chi-raq (2015) as well as A24's It Comes at Night (2017), directed by Trey Edward Shults for whom Aaron also served as Assistant Editor. 

In 2017, Peer partnered with music producer Joe Rogers to create a mini doc YouTube series bombz tv, which profiles independent musical artists.

AC Peer is also a drummer, singer & producer. He played drums with The Shivers on their record Forever is a Word (2015) and has released two solo EPs to date, This Is My Chair (2017) and Don't Call Me Buddy (2018).

Peer 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.

acpeerfilm at gmail dot com

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