Arron first learned to Yo-Yo at the age of 12 years old. He quickly realised that the secret to mastering this unique 'toy' was practice. Arron spent up to 8 hours a day doing just that and as a result went onto to participate in numerous national and international Yo-Yo competitions, as well as starring in television commercials and performances.
At 15 Arron became the youngest person ever to run a national Yo-Yo contest and set up the British Yo-Yo Association. Having made a name for himself in the Yo-Yo world Arron turned his attention to juggling where he quickly learned the skill and in 2006 won the judges choice award at the British Young Juggler of The Year competition.
Arron went on to refine his juggling technique and learn more about the artistic side to performance studying the degree at the "Circus Space", the UKs largest circus school. It was there he put together his award winning solo act, 'Keeping it Really Real'.
Since graduating in 2008 Arron earned himself a Guinness World Record in Yo-Yo. Arron represented the UK at the European Youth Circus Festival, where he picked up a special prize from the jury.
In 2009 Arron went onto make his second appearance on the famous UK television program 'Blue Peter' and was a guest on the prestigious 'Le Plus Grand Cabarete De Monde', where he received a standing ovation for his performance. He received a prize for best entertainment at the international circus festival, Sol y Circo, won a special prize at the Italian Circo Latina festival. Arron also managed to squeeze in a brief appearance in Las Vegas as well as completing a longer run at the beautiful Krystallpalast Variete in Germany.