Enoch Gamoian holds a BA in English from CSU, Fresno and studied secondary education at Chapman College. In the last thirty years he has been an award-winning multimedia developer, touring musician, writer, radio personality, filmmaker, composer, teacher, program director, and sound engineer. He recently learned enough about construction to convert a 60 year-old cinder block garage into a soundproof production facility and high definition screening room.
He lives for learning new skills and technologies.
In the five years he worked for Granite Broadcasting, he won several awards for web development, designed an in-house video network, saving Granite over $60,000 per year, wrote a weekly blog for NBC affiliate, KSEE 24, voiced dozens of commercials, wrote and hosted as many as three feature news packages per week and learned enough about meteorology to be a fill-in weatherman.
For the last six years, Enoch has been a freelance multimedia developer and stay-at-home dad. Now that his daughter is a full-time student, Enoch is working back into a full-time career.
He lives in Booglehouse, in Noblesville, Indiana with his wife and daughter. His hobbies include cooking, home improvement, writing, and composing. He is currently working on his second and third CDs of original music.