New York, New York, United States
David Huang is a nonfiction and fiction director/writer, focused on telling stories from the AAPI diaspora. His short documentary, Re-Opening, commissioned by the Asian American Documentary Network, was acquired by PBS World Channel for upcoming broadcast. He is also currently in pre-production on multiple commercial projects, including a branded documentary for the United Nations and Sanctuary for Families, focusing on five domestic survivor leaders from each world region and their direct experience with femicide and domestic violence. He is the inaugural recipient of the Kyoko Arai Fund and HEAR US Grant program for his narrative thesis short film, Rock Springs, centered on the Wyoming Chinese Rock Springs Massacre of 1885. In the past, he has worked with organizations such as the United Nations, PBS, Doordash, the Museum of Chinese in America, Highsnobiety, Milojo Productions, Winton DuPont Films, Protect Chinatown, Logitech, current, coinbase, and more.