Chung-Wei Huang is a Taiwanese writer-director based in Baltimore, Maryland. Her creative work focuses primarily on marginalized voices - either from the result of conflicts between race, gender, class, or nationality - with a particular interest in character-driven stories. She received her Master of Fine Arts degree in Film and Media Arts from Temple University. Her thesis film, Midnight Carnival (2018), premiered at the 41st Asian American International Film Festival and has been selected by film festivals across the nation. She was a semifinalist for the Sondheim Artscape Prize in 2018 and an awardee for the Baker Artist Awards in 2021. Currently, she teaches filmmaking at Towson University, while working on her next short film, Squeegee Boy, which is supported by the Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund.