Jon Huang is a multimedia producer at The New York Times, working on special projects for nytimes.com. He works to shape and present stories in new ways that surpass the limitations of print media using photography, video, audio, social media, and programming. His projects have won National Press Photographers Association and Malofiej International Infographics awards, and been nominated for an Emmy.
He works with every major desk on a broad range of topics. His projects have covered the death of Osama Bin Laden, the Venice Bienalle, the European debt crisis, the New York City marathon, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and Kate Middleton’s wedding dress. He also creates reusable multimedia templates for general web newsroom use and wrote the video and audio players used by much of nytimes.com.
Huang is a graduate of Claremont McKenna College and has worked as software developer for IBM.