Shuran Huang 舒然

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On The Washington Post: Woodridge is a quiet corner of Northeast D.C. that is close to all the city has to offer
Location: Washington D.C.
Nationality: Chinese
Biography: Shuran Huang (she/her) is a photographer based in Washington, D.C. As an international resident originally from China, she often confronts the reality of assimilating and adapting to new communities. As the daughter of a translator mother and an... read on
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On The Washington Post: Woodridge is a quiet corner of Northeast D.C. that is close to all the city has to offer
shuran huang
Jan 6, 2021
Location: Washington, D.C.
For The Washington Post, I spent some time photographing the Woodridge neighborhood of Northeast Washington, which has a large selection of detached single-family homes in a variety of styles.

Woodridge is a quiet corner of Northeast D.C. that is close to all the city has to offer
WHERE WE LIVE | A neighborhood with varied, affordable housing awaits revitalization of its business corridor.
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