Based in Sydney, Danny Huynh's contemporary photography encompasses a range of genres including editorial, documentary and portraiture.
Since graduating from the University of Western Sydney with degrees in Visual Arts and Visual Communication, Danny has developed an award-winning portfolio. His achievements include being awarded the 2006 Western Sydney Artists' Fellowship from Arts NSW and forthcoming solo exhibitions at the Museum of Sydney (Rituals and Traditions of Sydney) and the Casula Powerhouse (A Sense of Place). He also has a long-term working relationship with Fairfield City Museum and Gallery.
Danny's talent lies in his keen perception and the ability to capture innovative, memorable images that tell many stories. He is skilled in cutting-edge imagery techniques and he relishes the process of turning a negative into a positive.