Antranik Tavitian is a first generation Armenian-American born in Los Angeles, California to parents from Aleppo, Syria. His work focuses on exploring the creation of identity by examining the intersection of self-identity, social-identity, ethnicity, politics and gender.
Currently, he is completing his masters of arts in journalism at the University of Missouri, school of journalism. He speaks Armenian, English, and Spanish.
Tavitian lives between Columbia, Missouri and Los Angeles, California.
AP Sport Editors 2018 Contest
Third Place-Feature Photo
2018 Missouri Associated Press Media Editors newspaper contest
First Place-Sports Feature
University of Missouri-Columbia
Master of Arts in Journalism-2020
California States University-Northridge
Bachelor of Arts-2017