Arya Surowidjojo is Senior Digital Video Producer at Oregon Public Broadcasting.
He oversees ideation, development and production of online video content—for and about the rapidly changing Pacific Northwest.
He is also co-creator and producer of "Superabundant,” OPB's online video series exploring the deep history, culture, ecology and future of the region's food ingredients.
Arya got his start freelancing for Vanity Fair. He co-produced a video for the magazine’s 2008 essay on waterboarding, “Believe Me, It's Torture.” The story is credited as the catalyst for former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s investigation of the interrogation practice.
Past work of Arya's have also been shown on Europe's ARTE, Al Arabiya English, Channel NewsAsia and the National Geographic Channel, among other international broadcasters.
Arya holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from American University's School of Communication in Washington, D.C.
Fun fact: that last "jo" is a fun "yo."