Aaron White started drawing when he was but four years old, which proved to be a catalyst for his active imagination. Throughout grade school and middle school he drew monsters while pouring through books by author such as John Bellairs, Ronald Dahl, C. S. Lewis, and even Stephen King. He took every available art class in high school and went on to major in Illustration at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. After that he had works displayed in a variety of galleries in Worcester, Boston, Cambridge, North Hampton and even Detroit, in such spaces as The Middle East, Aurora Gallery, Axis, the Sprinkler Factory, Space 242 and the Tangent Gallery. Some of his highlights thus far include winning the "Viewer's Choice Award" at ARTWorcester's 2009 biennial juried show, illustrating a short story by renowned author Neil Gaiman, and hosting his first solo exhibit, "The New Mythology" at Dark World Gallery in 2011. In 2016 he showcased his second body of work, "VILLAINS". When he isn't producing art, Aaron is busy pursuing a writing career, having already completed several short stories in the horror and sci-fi genres. He is also working on a full-length fantasy novel for young adults, tentatively titled "Clockwork and Shadow: A Tale of Lytheria". Aaron specializes in mixed media with a focus on color pencil and watercolor.