My work has taken me through waist-deep floodwater, on board a Gulf Coast shrimping boat and into homes of storied families across the state. I'm always looking for my next adventure/assignment.
My journalism career kicked off as a staff photographer, and eventually managing editor, at the Daily Texan, the student newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin. In college, I complimented my journalism with a degree in anthropology, which took me on a deep dive exploring why people are the way they are. That knowledge guides my photography today.
When I’m not working on assignments, I am exploring topics and projects on migration and cultural identity.
Pu Ying Huang
Based in Houston, Texas
Available for Travel
Texas Tribune, Vice News, Reuters, The Intercept,
NFL Texans, AFP Services, CBS Ecomedia,
Houston Chronicle, Texas Observer, KUT/KUTX & other local media.
IN THE PRESS:
NPPA News Photographer: https://nppa.org/magazine/nppas-women-visual-journalism-2017
Bachelor of Arts - Anthropology
Minors in communication and Chinese
English, Cantonese, Mandarin Chinese