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Senior Digital Video Producer

Arya Surowidjojo


Arya Surowidjojo is Senior Digital Video Producer for Oregon Public Broadcasting, where he produces video and additional media content for OPB’s digital distribution platforms.

Prior to OPB, he worked at IFA Media in Singapore writing and producing TV documentaries for international broadcasters. His work has been featured on Vanity Fair, National Geographic Channel, Bloomberg Media Studios and Europe's ARTE Channel. 

Arya graduated from the American University School of Communication in Washington, D.C., where he studied documentary filmmaking.

Born and raised in Indonesia, he feels very much at home amidst the Pacific Northwest’s active volcanos and fantastic coffee.

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Recent Articles

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