Aaron is 23 and works as a software developer for an agricultural robotics startup. In 2014, one of Aaron’s teachers suggested he attend the Loughborough Junior Teach-In which is where he first experienced bridge. He continued to play at secondary school, competing in the Schools’ Cup and at the local club. In 2016, Aaron began studying Computer Science at Cambridge where his bridge quickly improved, and he joined the under-26 squad in 2018. Aaron has competed twice internationally, playing in both the 2019 and 2020 Channel trophies.