Stefanie Aulner's Story
Hello there! I’m Stefanie Aulner. Thank you for taking the time to check out my profile!
I grew up all over the United States as a military brat, but I claim southeast Idaho as my home. I have always been passionate about photography, film, and making “movies” with my four siblings. We made the much-acclaimed films of “Live-Action Bike Rider Wreck” enpromate to infomercials of our rock collections where you “buy two and get one free,” and the ever-so-phenomenal re-enactments of “Caprial’s Cafe” and “The Joy of Painting” with Bob Ross—of course, directed and captured by yours truly on the Tiger TalkGirl and Olympus Infinity camera.
I moved to western North Dakota in 2010 and transplanted to the Fargo-Moorhead area in the Fall of 2019. In 2018, I got my professional start in the video industry with Consolidated Telecommunications Channel 18 and CV Productions out of Dickinson, ND. Here, I learned the art of action shooting, broadcast, and live television production. I had the privilege of filming many sporting and community events and some famous 80s and 90s bands such as Great White, Kix, and Lit in the last five years.
I am so excited to be working for Harmon Films. I look forward to working with you, capturing your special day, and making memories that will last a lifetime.