With a background in fine art, visual effects, puppetry and animation, LA-based filmmaker Andrew Thomas Huang crafts hybrid worlds rooted in Sinofuturist folklore, mysticism and spiritual realism. His list of collaborators include Icelandic artist Bjork, among others including Radiohead's Thom Yorke and FKA Twigs for whom Huang is Grammy-nominated for his fantasy epic "Cellophane."

Huang served as creative director for Bjork's VR exhibition Bjork Digital, creating multiple immersive experiences within the pioneering traveling installation. His films and videos have been commissioned by and exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art, NYC; MoMA PS1; The Sydney Opera House, Sydney; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

With his strength in world-building, Huang continues his foray into narrative with his first feature film TIGER GIRL which has received support from Sundance, Film Independent, Cinereach, IFP and K Period Media. His most recent narrative short "Kiss of the Rabbit God" premiered at Tribeca Film Festival 2019. Huang graduated with a degree in Fine Art and Animation from the University of Southern California.