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Abraham Orozco Director of Scientific Arts & IT Director
Work Phone: (213) 389-1148 x227

The first of six children, Abraham was born and raised in South Central Los Angeles. Abraham attended the University of California at San Diego and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film and Video. During his time in San Diego, Abraham was involved in many community projects, specifically with Hope in the City. At Hope in the City, Abraham helped low-income, migrant youth to creatively voice their struggles as immigrants in the United States. The students produced self-made films which were screened for the community. Abraham moved back to Los Angeles to pursue a career in digital media and providing access to technology/arts for youth. He is currently working on a feature-length documentary about Cuba and the post-revolutionary movement. Aside from his interest in film and media, he is involved in the Los Angeles bicycle culture.

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