At the age of 13 Aaron joined Haggeye, the Forum for Blind and Partially Sighted Young People in Scotland, supported by RNIB. He joined just as the project began, and became involved in - what was at the time - the Steering Group. Aaron has been involved in many of Haggeye and RNIB Scotland's projects and campaigns, notably the Stop and Stare Campaign and more recently the RNIB Bus Campaign.
In 2010 Haggeye was awarded the Young Scot Award for Democracy and Citizenship, a Philip Lawrence Award, and later a Diana Award.
In March 2012 while at college Aaron join the Serenity Minecraft community, from there he has developed a number of close friendships and has become a key part of the development of Serenity Games.
After leaving college in the summer of 2012, Aaron began searching for employment, and at the start of 2013 became employed at his local Specsavers store. As of July 2014 Aaron was promoted to Marketing Champion at the store, and is responsible for managing the store's local marketing as well as the small Call Centre team.
Later that year Aaron and a group of hist friends from Serenity Games launched L6Hosting, a web hosting company that had been in the works for the past year, the company provides a range of services, from web hosting to domain names.
Aaron was always passionate about networking and business, as a side project he provided web hosting services for around 6 years prior to the launch.
In October 2013 Aaron decided that he wanted to take his side-project further, to create a viable business in the web hosting market. To accomplish this he asked a group of his friends - from America to Australia - if they would like to help. After months of choosing a name, working with partners, and building their brand, they launched the October 2014.