Aubrey Douglas found his love for video editing in 1999, as an 8th grader, in his hometown of Piscataway, NJ. He continued with taking class throughout his high school tenor filming and editing Piscataway High School first video yearbook.

Aubrey went on to college, spending two years at Hampton University and graduating Magna Cum Laude from American InterContinental University in Atlanta, with a Bachelor's Degree in Media Production. He turned his internship into a job lasting 6 years, and counting. Aubrey is currently a studio producer with Rollins, Inc.

He's participated as an actor, producer and editor in two 48-hour film festivals, successfully making it into the Best of Atlanta group, his first full-length film as a director & editor was Cracked Foundation, currently submitted into film fest around the world and shows no signs of stopping now.



Aubrey Douglas