|Birthplace|| Washington DC|
|Lived in|| Washington DC|
|Resides in|| Yerevan|
|Profession|| Designer, Photographer|
|Languages|| English, Armenian|
|Dialects|| Eastern Armenian, Persian Armenian|
|Major works|| My Nation: The Trails & Trials of an Armenian Repatriate|
|Partners|| Zak Valladian|
Arsineh currently lives and works in Yerevan as a freelance graphic designer and photographer. She most recently published a book of her photography, capturing the last two decades of her Armenian experience in the US and Armenia, documenting major events in modern Armenian history. The book is titled "My Nation: The Trails & Trials of an Armenian Repatriate".
She has been involved with and worked for various Armenian organizations throughout the US such as the Armenian National Committee of America, Armenian Youth Federation, The Armenian Weekly Newspaper, the Armenia Tree Project, Armenian Library and Museum of America, Sayat Nova Dance Company, Project SAVE and more. Her most significant contribution to the Armenian community is initiating the Capital Gateway Program at the Armenian National Committee of America in 2003 which brings young Armenian American professionals to Washington and offers a helping hand in starting their career of public policy.
Arsineh has also worked on a number of music projects such as Pomegranate Music. In 2002 and 2005 she received the Armenian Music Awards for Best Album Cover for “Gor Mkhitarian - Yeraz” and “Fortress City - Various Artists” and was nominated for the same category in 2003.