Meet Aaron Barnaby, Our New Senior Graphic Designer
Vegas native Aaron Barnaby was destined for design greatness. Since high school, Aaron has been exploring the use of art in advertising. After his tenure at the Art Institute of Las Vegas, Aaron took his talents professional, adding photography to his artistic repertoire.
Aaron started his career as a production artist and rose through the ranks to a senior designer. His personal design style is about minimalism, sixties inspiration, and “bitchin’ use of color.”
Becoming a designer was Aaron’s “Plan A.” Thank goodness he’s so talented because his Plan B isn’t really fleshed out. If he wasn’t working in design or photography Aaron would be content to just hang in his car. Seriously. “I would probably be sitting, with Taco Bell, in my car watching planes land and take off.”
For now – and lucky for us – he’s happy to settle for watching planes take off and land from the office (being literally across the street from one of McCarran Intl’s landing strips makes us ideally located). Beyond the amazing art he creates for our clients, we at the Wheat office rely on Aaron’s daily doodles to tell us what day of the week it is.
When he’s not at Wheat designing his heart out or tackling new photography challenges, Aaron is at home with his two kids watching “Black Panther” or “Jurassic Park.” Neither his five-year-old nor two-year-old is afraid of the dinosaurs. Hardcore. As good as Jurassic Park is, Aaron’s personal favorites are “Tangled,” “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade” and “The Wedding Singer.”
Welcome to Wheat, Aaron!