Huck is inspired by DIY culture, featuring people who make you think, who challenge the system, who strike out on their own. Packed with intelligent journalism and stunning photography, it covers the people and the places that are shaping culture all over the world.
Voices of Change • The seeds of revolution are spreading through documentary photography. A diverse band of female image-makers have begun to disrupt narratives that misrepresent and disempower, exposing the flaws and pitfalls of a medium where ‘truth’ is more subjective than it seems.
Jane Hilton • Having grown up bored by what middle England had to offer, Jane Hilton has spent her career seeking out the most fascinating people she can find. It’s a quest that’s led her to the American West, where the lives of outsiders – from working girls to bull riders – are never quite what they seem.
Lois Bielefeld • Lois Bielefeld has spent years documenting people’s domestic rituals, gathering intimate insight into a diverse range of lives while learning to better navigate her own journey.
Natalie Keyssar • From the US to Latin America, Natalie Keyssar’s reportage uncovers the impact of social and political structures on everyday lives – capturing the violence of inequality and the mess of history in the making.
Kendrick Brinson • In the heart of Arizona, Kendrick Brinson found a passion project she just can’t keep away from: a pioneering retirement community where no one believes in ‘acting your age’. By absorbing their lust for life – be it cheerleaders or synchronised swimmers – she’s learned not to fear growing old.
Ada Bligaard Søby • Seventeen years after a painful breakup, Ada Bligaard Søby decided to make a book on life and love with her ex-boyfriend, pooling their family archives to plot a visual timeline of their lives. It turned out to be the wildest ride of her career.
Hannah Reyes Morales • Against the backdrop of Manila’s drug war, where fear and violence have become normalised, Hannah Reyes Morales has been seeking out moments of tenderness amid the adversity. And in learning how everyday life carries on undaunted, she’s come to better understand the place that’s shaped her.
Abbie Trayler-Smith • After learning all she could in the cut-throat world of photojournalism, Abbie Trayler-Smith realised it was time to focus on something that really mattered to her: fighting the taboo around obesity through stories of authentic experience.
Nadira Amrani • In a landscape lacking in diversity, filmmaker and photographer Nadira Amrani is kickstarting her own movement: one that rejects outdated tropes of representation and pushes for more opportunities among people of colour.
Calla Kesslar • Calla Kessler has come of age with a firm belief in photography’s power to connect people. But as a recent graduate uprooted from small-town Nebraska to Washington DC, she’s learned that sometimes pursuing truth means standing up and speaking out.
Mikiko Hara • Mikiko Hara doesn’t need a viewfinder. Instead the Japanese street photographer shoots from the chest, allowing the camera to capture happy accidents that come as a surprise… even to her.
Bieke Depoorter • After spending the night with strangers across Russia, the US and Egypt, Bieke Depoorter has been asking constant questions of herself – navigating what it means to be a photographer with the most intimate access imaginable.
Jessica Lehrman • Raised by nomads, Jessica Lehrman inherited a restless search for magic. These days she applies that spirit of wanderlust in a different way – documenting underground movements led by activists and rappers alike – but the underlying ethos is just the same.
Annie Tritt • After blossoming as a late-starting photographer, a search for authenticity led Annie Tritt to the lives of...