H Spencer Young (b. Cleveland, Ohio) is a New York-based interdisciplinary contemporary artist and filmmaker with a self-driven, lens-based, research-based practice, employing drawing, painting, performativity, and digital art, and all the capabilities of modern and historical technologies.

He has a B.A. in Visual Media with a minor in Cinema Studies from The American University in Washington, D.C., where his narrative thesis film won the American Visions juried competition.

June, 2019 his work Inversion #14, 2017 was successfully auctioned on Paddle8.com to benefit the Center for Art Law in New York.

For the 3rd year in a row, Spencer is participating in the group show Social Photography VII at Carriage Trade Gallery in New York, curated by Peter Scott.

September - October of 2016, Spencer exhibited in "Sensing Place" at Chris Davison Gallery, Newburgh, New York, curated by Chris Davison and Kevin Kearns.

In January, 2016, he was selected to exhibit and speak on his work at the New York Public Library's "Librarian's Choice," curated by Fred Gutzeit.

Spencer’s commissioned films and music videos have been premiered by W Magazine, Brooklyn Vegan, Fact Magazine, The Atlantic and many others.

Spencer was sponsored by Czech author and screenwriter Arnost Lustig to attend FAMU, the Czech National Film School in Prague, where he studied with luminaries of Czech and European cinema.

Additionally, he was one of 13 students from across the U.S. chosen by author and presidential historian, Dr. Douglas Brinkley, for "The Majic Bus," a collegiate experiential learning program focused on American road literature, the geography of the American civil rights struggle, American intellectual history, and American Social history.

On "The Majic Bus," Spencer traveled most of the United States on the first natural gas powered bus, spending time and studying with, often at their homes, cultural icons Kurt Vonnegut, Hunter S. Thompson, Bo Diddley, Townes Van Zandt, Toni Morrison, Arthur Miller, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Rita Dove, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Hubert Selby, Jr., Ramblin' Jack Elliot, William vanden Heuvel, Robert Hunter, Steven Soderbergh, Kerry Kennedy, Allen Ginsberg, Jim Carroll, Steven Ambrose, Jimmy Carter, Chris Felver, T. Boone Pickens, Alice Brock, William Kennedy, Chuck Berry, Hamilton Jordan, Larry Woiwode, John Kenneth Galbraith, Kinky Friedman, Melba Pattillo Beals, Liz Gilbert, and many others.