Apo Avedissian is an Iraqi-born Armenian-American filmmaker, writer, photographer, and painter who frequently showcases his work via social media.

Apo Avedissian is developing a reputation as a multi-talented artist. Filmmaking, painting, photography, and writing are among his many talents. He is an Iraqi American artist of Armenian ancestry: the grandson of Armenian Genocide survivors who fled to Baghdad.

The autobiographical novel “Thirteen in Baghdad,” which details Avedissian’s life as an adolescent in Baghdad during the 2003 Iraq War, is among Avedissian’s writing credits.

As of June of 2022, the city of Los Angeles’ iconic Arena (formerly known as STAPLES Center) has commissioned 47 individual art pieces from Apo Avedissian, the majority of which are currently hanging in the venue, and the rest gifted to performing artists. Other companies include the Microsoft Theater and Professional Bull Riders (PBR), amongst others.

The drone-shot “Armenia & Artsakh – A Bird’s Eye View,” portions of which were used in GRAMMY winning band System of a Down’s “Protect the Land” music video and RT America’s production “Forgotten Genocides,” as well as the previous short-film “Obsessive Possessive – An Experience,” have accumulated tens of millions of views.

Since 2019, he has produced one-minute-or-shorter painting videos that have amassed over ten million views online. Stay tuned to for further information about Apo Avedissian or collaborations.


Social Media:

Media Contact
Contact Person: Apo Avedissian
Email: Send Email
Country: United States

Daily Digest Signup

Daily business and market business news, business management tips, market research insights, and more.


Smart public opinion research for everyone.

Generated by Feedzy
%d bloggers like this: