Aaron Merrill

Aaron MerrillAaron Merrill, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is a 1997 graduate of Brigham Young University (BYU) with a double major in Media Music Composition and Sound Recording Technology. Since 1993, he has run his own studio, Aaron Merrill Music and Sound.

His work is known worldwide and has been heard on such notable productions as: ABC, CBS, Fox, Warner/Chappell, National Cable Network, Big Ten Network, Simon & Schuster, Kaleidoscope Pictures, LDS Motion Picture Studio, NonStop Music, Taylor Street Films, KCRA Television & News, Make A Wish Foundation, Franklin Covey, Pinnacle Music Group, Avilex, Nest Entertainment, Bringing Hope Foundation, and BYU Broadcasting. At the 2014 Filmed in Utah award show Merrill won the Best Sound Mix award for The Saratov Approach, a dramatic thriller film about the 1998 kidnapping of two Mormon missionaries, Elders Travis Tuttle and Andrew Propst, and their week-long abduction in Saratov, Russia.

Aaron lives in Highland, Utah and is married to Jenae Christensen. They have six children.

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