Aaron Colon was born and raised in the Bronx, NY. At the early age of 17 yrs. old, he joined the US Army, where he was later deployed to Iraq. After his Honorable Discharge from the armed forces, he began his studies in Criminal Justice, and gained an Associates Degree. It was shortly after that he realized it was not for him. That he could not be happy with a career in law enforcement, so he decided to take a huge leap. He left his old school, Berkeley College, to gain a certificate in filmmaking from The Digital Film Academy. Now he shoots guerilla style, and often conducts a style of film he calls "freestyling".
Say what you will about him, Tim Bowman knows what he likes. A tender steak, cooked to perfection, is enough to make his day. But for a man of Tim’s rather specialized tastes, finding just the right cut was the challenge. Fortunately, for a hunter of Tim’s particular interests, that was less of a problem than it would seem. His favorite game animal? Humans. The only thing Tim loves more than the taste of perfectly grilled human flesh is his 1970 Cadillac Deville. After police discover his horrible crimes, Tim makes a run for it in his beloved Deville—and finds an unexpected passenger along for the ride. By the end of the conversation, Tim’s life will change forever. Thanks to the patronage of a supernatural power with equally perverse appetites, Tim becomes one with his car to become something beyond comprehension: The Car-nivore. Reese Smith, a New York detective with a brilliant mind, makes it his life’s mission to catch the killer. Simultaneously fascinated and disgusted by the cannibal’s skill, he’s determined to capture his killer—no matter how bizarre—before more lives are lost.