Aubrey’s fascination with film began at an early age, shooting and editing his own videos on VHS. He is now sitting atop a highly decorated international career as a leading colorist. Starting from humble beginnings as a runner at Framestore London, Aubrey worked his way up through the color department, playing a key role on the team pioneering film scanning technology. Having worked on features including Harry Potter, Love Actually, and Troy, Aubrey immersed himself in his work and before too long was coloring music videos for his friends. Today, Aubrey has been involved in thousands of projects receiving many accolades for his commercial, music video, broadcast and film work.
Aubrey amassed an impressive 7 UK MVA nominations and 2 wins, 6 British Arrow Craft nominations for his work with brands Guinness, Lincoln, Film 4, Dulux, Sainsbury, and Dunlop, and a D&AD Black Pencil for Creative Excellence for his work on with Film 4. Aubrey has been twice voted a Top 5 Colorist in the UK by Televisual and has served on juries for both the British Arrows and UK MVAs.
His most recent work boasts SXSX Official Selection feature documentary “You Cannot Kill David Arquette,” directed by David Darg and Price James, following actor David Arquette’s journey over three years as a professional wrestler, and Tribeca Film Festival Official Selection feature film “Violet,” directed by Justine Bateman, starring Olivia Munn. He also worked on the multi-award-winning music video “Cellophane” by artist FKA twigs, which in 2020 took home Best Music Video of the Year at The Webby Awards and The Shots Awards, and Best Alternative Music Video at the 2019 UK MVAs, while also earning a nomination for Best Video of the Year at the 2020 Grammy Awards. Aubrey is proud to be nominated at the 2020 AICP Post Show for his color work on FKA twigs and Kaiser Permanente.
Aubrey is the Direct of Color at Carbon. He resides in Los Angeles.