Posts By: Andrea Kurland

A Difficult Truth: America is entrenched in a race war

The time has come to stop talking about “America” and to start talking about White America and Black America. All Americans, regardless of their phenotypes, fall into one camp or the other. The separation is essential because the moral, spiritual and physical destruction of Black America is one of the rocks upon which White America… Read more »

Brexit Britain: You’ve been played

We did it, Nigel Farage claimed, basking in his new dawn, ‘without a single bullet being fired’. Pedantically, he is correct; Jo Cox, a committed left-wing, pro-migrant internationalist MP was shot several times by Thomas Mair, a long-time fascist activist. A week, it seems, remains a long time in politics, even one book-ended by political… Read more »

Huck Photo Workshops: Documentary portraits round-up

Photography is a solo game. But here at Huck we prefer to play it as a team. Every image is a collaboration, between photographer, editor, art director and subject. And now, with Huck Photo Workshops, we’re adding you into the mix. Huck Photo Workshops are practical masterclasses led by award-winning Huck photographers that bring you… Read more »

Huck Photo Workshops

Here at Huck, we’re lucky to work with an amazing network of talented photographers whose personal work and storytelling style pushes boundaries every day. And then there’s you – our devoted readers – who also never fail to blow our minds with the images you make and share. Now, we’ve found a way to close… Read more »

Huck Photo Workshops: iPhone photography round-up

The inaugural Huck Photo Workshop kicked off on May 27 with an evening masterclass led by award-winning photographer Daniella Zalcman. A multiple Pulitzer grantee, Daniella has perfected the art of iPhone photography and app-based post-production tools to create a multilayered aesthetic that she then applies to narrative photojournalism projects like her forthcoming book, Signs of… Read more »

Six reasons to not freak out about the future

Ed Gillespie and Mark Stevenson are both future ‘possiblists’, drawn together through their respective work in cultural change, as well as an inspirational and occasionally irascible belief in building a better tomorrow. In his best-selling book, An Optimist’s Tour of the Future, Mark Stevenson goes on a whirlwind journey through the future of technology and… Read more »

The London artists fighting anxiety and self-doubt

Before Bekke Popoola learned to team up with like-minded artists, she feared that her ideas and opinions wouldn’t be heard. The twenty-two-year-old artist grew up in Hackney at a time of great cultural diversity, but by the time she reached adulthood, it felt like there were few opportunities for young, black creatives in the area…. Read more »

The young photographers turning their solo journeys into a collective mission

“Despite boasting 7 billion people, our world has become small. We’re all connected in one way or another. Yet this doesn’t mean we’re more community oriented – so much technology often makes personal relationships feel distant. Photography, in particular, can be a lonely profession – between planning, travel, editing and pitching, much of the work… Read more »