About Me

AARON OSBORNE is a dynamic Emmy-award-winning Production Designer of film, television, and theatre.Most recently he designed the sets for the Fox Studio film Love, Simon, and the KFilms-produced indie The True Adventures of Wolfboy.Other feature film credits include:Keanu with Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, The Good Lie starring Reese Witherspoon, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang starring Robert Downey Jr., Another Day in Paradise, The Losers, I Am Sam, Sex Drive, Dumb and Dumber To, the George C. Wolfe film You’re Not You starring Hillary Swank, and both That’s My Boy and Grown Ups 2 with Adam Sandler.He worked with the Wayans Brothers on several of their projects, including Don’t Be a Menace in South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood and Dance Flick.

In television, Aaron created the signature look for many acclaimed series,designing the pilots for Constantine, Community, Jean-Claude Van Johnson, among others.In 2003, Aaron accepted the Emmy Award for Best Production Design for Without A Trace.

Like many in the film community, Aaron’s first love is theatre, whether designing the sets, treading the boards, or directing.Having experienced early success with his theatre work in New York, Aaron brought his critically-acclaimed theatrical extravaganza Theatre Carnivale to Los Angeles.There, he and his troupe had a tremendously successful 3-year-run, consistently earning “Picks of the Week” from the LA Weekly.On the heels of that triumph was an NEA Grant for his play Acid Whorehouse, produced for New York’s Franklin Furnace Theatre and Los Angeles’ Tamarind Theatre.Additionally, Aaron received the LA Arts Endowment Grant for his piece Peter Pandemonium produced at LACE.

After relocating permanently in Los Angeles, Aaron segued into production design, having the auspicious honor of working under the tutelage of cult director/producer Roger Corman.It was at Corman Studios where Aaron, like his heroes Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, John Sayles, and James Cameron before him, received the equivalent of a “Master’s Degree” in film production.