Yu Huang (b. 1994) is a Chinese photographer whose work mainly focuses on documentary photography. Huang is dedicated in shooting in films and producing black and white photographs that convey his own critical opinions toward contemporary societies. His work has been exhibited internationally including a solo show at the Juan I-Jong Image Gallery in Taiwan in 2014. In 2016, Huang was associated with Sony as a Key Opinion Leader for the RX1R II camera.
Artificial Landscapes is a photography series taken from eight cities in four countries. People have destroyed the natural world, creating artificial scenery to adorn urban spaces. As trees are symbolic of natural things, I particularly focused on these to convey the relationship between artificiality and people.