Aaron Sesker’s photojournalism aims to visually portray the atmosphere and emotional state of mind of his subject matter. His intentions are always dedicated towards accurate coverage that tells an honest story. Aaron is currently studying at the Art Institute of California ­– San Francisco for his Bachelor of Science in Digital Photography and actively documents community events and political activism in the Bay Area.

            Aaron has been present to record the evolving political climate in the area and has captured a wide variety of social movements ranging from animal rights activists to violent confrontations in Berkeley between political factions. He is a member of the American Society of Media Photographer’s northern California chapter and an active independent news photographer. Aaron has worked directly with and had images published with the Colorado 1940s WWII Era Ball, Bay Area Vintage Baseball, Bay Area Derby, RRY Publications, Revista magazine, and KDVR Denver.

            Originally from Colorado, Aaron spent his early photographic years covering the festival and nightclub scene in the Mile-High City of Denver. After exploring the works of Robert King, he decided to pursue his current career path. Aaron served as a Cavalry Scout in the United States Army, often acting as an assistant to his Squadron’s public affairs officer to photograph unit level events in Texas and South Korea. Upon leaving active duty, he moved to the west coast and currently lives in San Francisco, CA.