Christopher Atamian

Christopher Atamian is a noted writer, translator, director and creative producer of Italian and Armenian background.  Apart from creative endeavors and professional activities as a senior executive in leading media companies and consultancies, Christopher has concentrated on community activism. He is the former President and a current board member of AGLA New York and in 2004 founded Nor Alik, a non-profit cultural organization responsible for producing the first Armenian International Film Festival in New York City.

 

Christopher co-produced the OBIE Award-winning play Trouble in Paradise in 2006, as well as several music videos and short films. He was selected for the 2009 Venice Biennale on the basis of his video Sarafian’s Desire and received a 2015 Ellis Island Medal of Honor. He continues to contribute critical pieces to publications such as The New York Times Book Review, The Huffington PostScenes Media and The Weekly Standard, while working on other creative endeavors in film and theater.

 

A Poet in Washington Heights, his first book of poetry, won the 2017 Tölölyan Literary Award. He has written one novel, Manhattan Boy and published five translations, along with a dozen books that he has edited for leading mainstream and art presses. He is an alumnus of Harvard, Columbia Business School and USC Film School who enjoys travel, cooking and learning new foreign languages. 

 

 

 

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