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Naomi Miyamoto

Naomi Miyamoto

Naomi Miyamoto is an undergrad student studying media arts and culture at Occidental College in Los Angeles with plans to graduate in the spring of 2021. Last fall, she studied journalism and new media in Morocco at the School for International Training with an emphasis on video journalism. Outside of her studies she enjoys doing video freelance work and makes video content for Occidental's admissions office.

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