BIOGRAPHY

Cathy L. Hue (formerly Cathy L. Truong) had her 15-minutes of fame at birth; reported as the first Vietnamese-American born in Bradley County, Tennessee.

Raised in various suburbs around Los Angeles, Cathy stuck to her proud Angeleno roots and graduated from the University of Southern California with a B.A. in broadcast journalism and a minor in cinema-television.

Cathy is a freelance TV Producer / Documentary Journalist with over 15-years of experience. She’s received two Emmy Awards (Best Public Affairs Series) while at KCET’s newsmagazine show, SoCal Connected; a 2015 Press Club Award (Short Documentary) for her story on the Zorthian Ranch; and a 2014 Telly Award as a Segment Producer on the docu-reality series, Society X w/ Laura Ling on the E! Network.

Earlier in her career, Cathy worked at the educational network Channel One News, where she produced long-form segments covering politics, social issues, and human-interest stories catered to a teen audience.

In 2009, Cathy co-founded Asia Media Lab with Todd Brown, a media production company in SE Asia. She also produced a series of independent mini-documentaries that were broadcast on Al Gore’s cable network, Current TV, which you can see on YouTube.

In 2011, Cathy launched Our Story Productions, a personal documentary production service for non-profits, businesses, and individuals.

Cathy has traveled to over 25 different countries and has been to every state in the U.S. Cathy is motivated by telling unique stories that move, encourage dialogue and broaden perspective.

Her many scattered interests include architecture, music, documentary, and social causes.

To connect, please email me at cathy@cathyhue.com.