Aaron Greenbaum

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Cranford, NJ
University Of Michigan
University Of Pittsburgh
Stockton University
CalArts Via Coursera
Nintendo, PC Gaming, Gaming Technology
  • Aaron attended New York Comic Con for several years, was invited to exclusive game demo events for titles such as Marvel's Avengers and Disintegration, and wrote preview articles that were cited in pre-release marketing campaigns.
  • Aaron is now writing and consulting on the side for indie studios, including Studio Sai.
  • Aaron has played Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for several hours every week ever since the game released, and he shows no sign of stopping.


While Aaron went to college to pursue a degree in engineering, he learned that he enjoyed writing about engineering more than actually doing it, and he had a knack for explaining complicated concepts in layman's terms. After graduating, he used these skills and began writing for various outlets, including Gamespresso, Geek Reply, and Twinfinite. To date, Aaron has written well over 1,000 articles and has been a member of Static Media since 2020.


Aaron earned a B.S.E. in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan, followed by an M.S. in Rehabilitation Technology at the University of Pittsburgh. Several years later, he earned a Certificate in Professional Technical Communication at Stockton University. Currently, he is pursuing a Certificate in Game Design at the California Institute of Arts through Coursera.
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