Shuran Huang 舒然

Photographer @ Self-employed / Based in Washington D.C.

Shuran Huang 黃舒然 (she/her) is a Cantonese photojournalist based in Washington, D.C. Through moments of intimacy, her work focuses on politics, immigration, human rights, diaspora experiences, and interactions in between. She speaks... read on
Focus: Photographer, Photojournalist, Producer, Photo Assistant, Multimedia, Photography, Portraiture, Marketing
Skills: Research, Translator, Image Archiving, Lighting Tech, Audio Recording, Photo Assisting, Cataloging, Color Correction, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, QuarkXPress, Adobe Premier, Apple Final Cut Pro, Book Layout/Design, Photo Editing, Coding CSS, Coding HTML, Mixed Media, Print Making, Animation, Copywriting, Multimedia Production, Photojournalism, Motion Graphics, Product Design, Retouching, Video Editing, Film Processing, Film Photography
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Clients: The New York Times The Washington Post The Wall Street Journal
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Focused on Photographer, Photojournalist, Producer, Photo Assistant, Multimedia, Photography, Portraiture, Marketing
Skilled at Research, Translator, Image Archiving, Lighting Tech, Audio Recording, Photo Assisting, Cataloging, Color Correction, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, QuarkXPress, Adobe Premier, Apple Final Cut Pro, Book Layout/Design, Photo Editing, Coding CSS, Coding HTML, Mixed Media, Print Making, Animation, Copywriting, Multimedia Production, Photojournalism, Motion Graphics, Product Design, Retouching, Video Editing, Film Processing, Film Photography
Coverage Regions: Asia USA & Canada
Languages Spoken: Mandarin, Cantonese, English, Korean, Spanish
Shuran Huang 黃舒然 (she/her) is a Cantonese photojournalist based in Washington, D.C. Through moments of intimacy, her work focuses on politics, immigration, human rights, diaspora experiences, and interactions in between. She speaks fluent English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, and conversational Spanish.

Born in a small Hakka village, Rénhuà (仁化), in China, Shuran is a daughter of a translator mother and an epidemiologist father. Over the years, she watches her father save lives from pandemics in countries that can’t provide medical care and her mother commit herself to connect cultures through languages. Their community service helps Shuran understand the meaning of commitment and influences her to develop a passion for humanity and unity. Shuran has lived in mostly diverse yet disadvantaged communities in eight countries. She often confronts the reality of assimilating and adapting to new communities, which develops her dedication to elevate and empower communities through visual storytelling.

Editorial Clients: The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Thomson Reuters, National Geographic, National Public Radio, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Bloomberg News, San Francisco Chronicle, The Texas Tribune, etc.

Other Commercial/Nonprofit Clients: Netflix, A+E Networks, Anchestry.com, Share Our Strength, etc.

Shuran also serves as an adjunct professor at Sacred Heart University, providing graduate students hands-on training on Adobe programs and teaching multimedia technologies for effective communication.

Shuran is a proud member of the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA), Asian American Journalist Association (AAJA), Women Photojournalists of Washington (WPOW), Diversify Photo, and Authority Collective. Shuran earned her master’s degree in photography from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. She studied and graduated from Hong Kong Baptist University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in international journalism.

Shuran is a recipient of the 2022 IWMFs Gwen Ifill Fellowship and was selected as one of the 24 mentees around the globe for the 2021 Women Photograph Mentorship Class. She received multiple awards, including American Photography 28, Photo District News’ Faces Portrait Photography Contest, Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward Competition, etc. She was also the alumna of the 2019 New York Portfolio Review and the 2019 Dow Jones News Fund Digital Media Program.
Clients:
The New York Times
The Washington Post
The Wall Street Journal
Thomson Reuters
Bloomberg
School:
S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University
Hong Kong Baptist University