Eaden Huang is a photographer, videographer, nature lover and "let's chat over dim sum" kind of guy. On many weekends and evenings, Huang is an events photographer for weddings, banquets, performances and festivals. He is a well-known local artist in the Malden and Chinatown community of Massachusetts. Occasionally, Huang shoots studio portraits and outdoor portraits for his clients. He spends his free time capturing his favorite subject matter - nature, everyday people and (extra)ordinary things in timely moments.
Huang is originally from Canton, China and has been a resident of the US for many years. He first began his photography studies in China and has taken courses at the New England School of Photography and at the Bunker Hill Community College. Huang had also worked as a full-time staff photographer at a New York photography production company before parting ways to pursue his own work.
Huang's work has been shown in various art venues in the New England area as well as Guangzhou City in China. He served as a president of the North America Artists Association in 2013, and is currently an active Chairman. In 2014, the South Cove Community Health Center (Quincy, MA) acquired five of Huang's photographs as part of their permanent Asian art collection; one of the most notable pieces is the "Chinatown Gate" wall print located in the lobby.
To view Eaden Huang's website, please visit eadenhuangphotography.com.