At Huck, we've just published our fourth annual documentary photography special – bringing together some of the world's best visual storytellers to share what they do and why. The articles are short, the pictures are beautiful and, as someone who had the chance to speak with a lot of the photographers features, it's packed with insight from some brilliant minds. You will learn about life just flicking through this.
This story was a pretty unique one for me. It started with some striking photos emailed to me out of nowhere. The sparked my curiosity, gradually drawing me to the seaside town of Great Yarmouth where I spent time with an extraordinary character who has a unique take on life. You can read it here.
When photographer Lee Kirby stumbled across a vagabond in designer clothes, he found himself opening a pandora’s box that would change his life. But for Lee Trosclair, renegade-turned-muse, the story is just beginning. In a world that undervalues art, he’s kickstarting a cultural revolution from an unlikely place.
Huck's 10th anniversary special – The Independence Issue – marks a decade of celebrating cultural mavericks, pioneers and outliers. The pairing of original photography and in-depth reportage has been a joy to work on. It features the likes of Marc Maron, Bat for Lashes, a skateboarding punk band from South Africa, Doug Stanhope, DJ Shadow, Royal Trux, Dave Eggers, breakdancing and ballet in Palestine, Shepard Fairey, Cheryl Dunn, Ed Templeton, Steph Gilmore, Chino Moreno, voguing in NYC, Foster Huntington and lots more.