Aaron D. Berger co-founded Chatrone, LLC with Carina Schulze in 2007. Before working with Carina, Aaron established the companies AniManagement, LLC and Quattro Media, LLC. All these companies were born of Aaron’s passion for artists and storytelling. His clientele included many of the top talents in the animation business: writers, directors, artists, designers, animators, creators, and studios. Aaron has nurtured talented individuals who have gone on to become instrumental voices in the entertainment world as well as our pop culture.
As the business grew beyond animation, Aaron created the spinoff company - Quattro Media. There, he worked on a vast array of projects including Ant Bully, Superman Returns, Men in Black II and 30 Days of Night to name a few. From animation to live action features and television, his experiences spans the entire filmmaking process from inception to production.
Currently Aaron and Carina have expanded into the world of international co-productions via their offices in Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro, and Sao Paulo, Brazil. They have television series set up at several networks here in the United States as well as international co-productions for both film and television. He recently broke new ground, as the first American to join the Brazilian TV Producers Association. Aaron is currently executive producing Gaby Estrella, a children’s telenovella in Brazil, which just completed airing its first 52-episode season. He is currently producing Book of Life at Fox Animation & Reel FX alongside Guillermo Del Toro and Jorge Gutierrez writing and directing.
Aaron graduated from UCLA and obtained his JD from Tulane Law School. He has lectured at numerous conferences and has been a board member of ASIFA- Hollywood.
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