Born 1986 in Southern California, Aaron began his career as an Intern at TransworldSURF (TWS) in 2005, working as the assistant to the online editor, Justin Cote. It was during this time that he started shooting and producing his own online surf videos which were featured on the TWS website and led to his first official assignment with them as a videographer, covering some of the largest surf contests worldwide. Simultaneously Lieber was busy editing Dustin Humphey's photos for the bonus section on Taylor Steele's Sipping Jetstreams DVD. It was also during this rookie year that Lieber secured funding for his first film, The Pursuit, through Studio 411. Two years later the film was completed and at the same time he graduated with a BA in Communications from California State University, Long Beach. The Pursuit premiered in the USA and internationally and was the first surf film to be released on Blue Ray. In 2009 Lieber became the first person to document online a surfers one year journey to qualify for the ASP World Tour, building a dynamic website to track Brett Simpson's progress through blogs, photos and videos, eventually transforming this content into a film titled GO BRETT. In late 2009 Nike Surfing recruited Lieber where his successes includes cinema photography work on the Nike chosen - Just Do It commercial, which premiered during the NBA finals in 2011, and working with Jason Kenworthy on the filming and editing of the all women's surf film Leave A Message. Other work includes: cinematography for RedBull's Signature series on NBC, Rip Curls Grom Search and Reef's upcoming Fall clothing campaign, in addition to photography and writing for surf publications and blogs. Lieber's footage of surfers worldwide has been featured in multiple videos and for most large surf brands over the past 6 years, working with some of the biggest names in the industry including Kolohe Andino, Matt Wilkonson, Alejo Muniz, Carissa Moore and many more. In December 2012 he released a short featuring Noah Beschen titled Twleve, followed by the February 2013 release of his latest full-length film Zero To 100 - The Lakey Peterson Story.