Arledge Armenaki

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Arledge J. Armenaki (born 1949, Portland, Oregon) is an American cinematographer.

Armenaki is the son of a United States Navy pilot. He grew up in Morocco and London, England. Between 1973 and 1976 he studied at Brooks Institute of Photography. The blaxploitation Disco Godfather was his first movie shot as a director of photography. Next to his cinematography-career he taught at Brooks Institute of Photography (1990−1995), North Carolina School of the Arts (1995−2005) and since 2005 as an associate professor at Western Carolina University.

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