About Aaron Mychael
Aaron began his career as a photographer in 2006, when he combined his hobby of photography and his journalistic background and began working for LSU's student daily publication "the Daily Reveille."
He worked from 2006-2007 photographing general assignments, sports, fashion, and concerts. He also worked for the Baton Rouge Advocate in 2007 as a reporter and photographer during a summer internship.
In 2008, Aaron became the editor of The West Side Journal, a weekly publication in Port Allen, La., where he continued to grow in his photography skills, producing quality images each week in sports and news.
From 2008-current, he picked up several photography jobs, shooting senior portraits, family portraits, business displays, events, weddings, engagements, etc.
In 2014, Aaron co-founded Go Love Africa, a non-profit organization, where he helps lead a group of photographers to remote villages in African nations to take portraits of individuals. Once the photos are taken, they are immediately printed and given to the individuals, free of charge to them.