My name is Han Huang. I am a Data Visualization Developer at Reuters News Agency. My works are emphasized on developing interactive as well as static graphics around current events and financial markets. This website showcases some of my best work at Reuters Graphics.
Previously, I earned a master degree in data journalism from University of Miami. While at UM, I followed professor Richard Beckman and Alberto Cairo studying visual storytelling. Prior to that, my experience in journalism was mostly about writing and filming news stories in traditional media in my hometown China.
Now, I love to tell stories with documentaries, animations, and interactive graphics.
Design: Adobe Illustrator, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Maya
Languages: Fluent in English; Native Speaker of Mandarin Chinese and dialects including Cantonese
Summer Intern & Data Visualization Developer
Designing and developing interactive & static graphics for daily news and special reports.
Focus on current events, global economy and financial markets.
Collaborate with graphics colleagues in New York, London and Singapore, and text editor around the world.
Degree: Master of Arts in Journalism
Cumulative GPA: 3.808
Covered breaking news in Miami, reported the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election that attracted over 30,000 Chinese audience.
Translated U.S. news media reports from English to Chinese.
Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
Cumulative GPA: 3.65; Ranking: 10/84
Summer Intern, Feature Program Department
Worked in a team environment to produced five feature programs and two documentaries.
Arranged and conducted interviews, wrote TV manuscripts and post-produced programs independely.
Participated in the shooting of a documentary about young teachers in rural areas which obtained the third prize in the 2012 Huizhou Broadcast and Television Program Award Assessment.
Summer Intern, Huizhou Department for Interviewing & Editing
Covered News on government, culture and infrastructure for 1,750,000-circulation daily newspaper.
Evaluated and followed up on current news to develop story ideas. Averaged four stories per week.
Engaged with readers in social media to discover news clues and acquire suggestions about re-editions.