Rabbi Yochanan Salazar-Loeweis a master sofer (scribe), educator and lecturer. Born in Ecuador, South America, he moved to the US as a teen. Before becoming a scribe he studied in Hudson College and later attended NJIT where he majored in electronics engineering and public speaking. While in college he met his wife Hanna, together they moved to Florida where they now live with their six children. He received his rabbinic ordination in 2004 from Rabbi Daniel Channen in Beit Shemesh, Israel. In Miami, Rabbi Salazar studied art of Sofrut as an apprentice under Rabbi’s Druin at Sofer on Site. After years of training he received his ordination as a Sofer from Rabbi Eliyahu Ben Hayyim the Head of Shepardic studies at Yeshiva University in New York. With his expert and gifted talent for precise and accurate Torah repair work, he now heads the Torah Restoration Department of Sofer On Site. He often travels around the country restoring Torahs On Site, while educating communities on the proper techniques of Torah care.