Aiden Korotkin is a DC-based Director of Photography and award-winning Editor. Originally from Michigan, he grew up in the northern suburbs of Detroit with his three younger siblings. Aiden attended Allegheny College in Pennsylvania and graduated with a BA in Communications in 2010. After graduation, he moved to DC to pursue a career in film and worked for a production company on Capitol Hill for two years. In his time spent there, Aiden won two awards for his editing: a Gold Hermes Award for his documentary on the Vermont Healthcare system for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), and an Honorable Mention Hermes Award for his promotional video for Calvary Women’s Services.
In 2013, Aiden transitioned to a career in freelancing and has shot films for ESPN, MSNBC, A&E, National Geographic Channel, TNT, MTV, VOX, Capital One, The U.S. Department of State, PBS, AFL-CIO, Everytown for Gun Safety, Bully Pulpit Interactive, and for musical artists such as The Knocks and SHAED. Aiden was also one of the only people allowed into the Lunar Module 2 (LM-2) for filming during its most recent restoration at the National Air and Space Museum before being sealed again for the next few decades.
When he is not making films, Aiden enjoys camping, hiking, backpacking, and satisfying his inner foodie.