ang ~ vang

.:*・★°welcome to ang world°☆.。.:*

angela vang (or vaj, in hmong) believes in love, ghosts, and stories that challenge our understanding of the world. she is a journalist + audio producer by trade and an artist in practice. her personal projects hone in on themes of intimacy, power, and pleasure because they complicate the human experience. angela has written for time magazine, aired stories on npr, and her short was showcased at outfest and the minneapolis institute of art.

for work:

currently an associate producer at sony music entertainment. previously making audio erotica @ dipsea stories, podcasts @ little everywhere, and radio @ npr. open for freelance!

for fun:

eating veggies, going on walks, experimenting in code and filmmaking


based in los angeles but often home in minneapolis

selected work / projects / positions

pleasure gallery, a dirty talk randomizer that pulls from an archive of real, anonymous sexts sourced from friends and strangers
first website ang ever coded by hand <3 a short meditation on attention
participant in httpoetics, a course hosted by the school for poetic computaion
associate producer for neon hum's 'dinner's on me' with jesse tyler ferguson
editing, direction + sound design for dipsea stories, leading production for the company's first queer historical romance series
writer + co-director on banana clementine, a short film made with rogelio salinas which screened at outfest fusion 2023 and the stp-mpls international film festival
intimacy coordination for 'down bad' created by toni adeyemi, which premiered at the 2023 pan african film festival
producer + booker for 'other people's pockets' from little everywhere / pushkin industries
selected as a 2021 AIR new voices fellow
reflections on the tokyo olympics and hmong america for time magazine
npr's all things considered: what does black-asian solidarity look like?
npr's consider this: the history of trans kids in medicine
npr's all things considered: why bad guys can't have iphones in hollywood
npr's all things considered: beyond the "lunchbox moment" in immigrant stories
intern for npr's code switch
selected on full scholarship to attend transom's 2020 story workshop (cancelled due to lockdown but bragging rights maintained)
deputy communications director for rep. ilhan omar's first congressional campaign

stuff ang is loving ♡

haribo sour s’ghetti
a diet coke with a splash of dr pepper
the video where beyonce is high out of her mind talking about whales
minnesota timberwolves '23-24 season
the radiooooo app
jessica dore's tarot for change
making lists