Posts By: Andrea Kurland

My Life In Analogue

To mark the release of The Documentary Photography Issue, we’ve teamed up with Lomography – purveyors of the finest, funnest point-n-shoot film cameras – for a month-long celebration of analogue stills. In an age of digital overload, fuelled by selfies snapped on smartphones and instantly Instagrammed lives, there’s something strangely cathartic about the time it… Read more »

Mike Belleme

Mike Belleme is a documentary photographer from North Carolina who’s not afraid to blur the boundaries between the observer and the observed. Having come up in a skateboarding community that’s steadfastly ‘DIY-or-die’, where foundation spots are still built with bare knuckles for the benefit of all, Mike gravitates towards tales of community spirit. His personal… Read more »

Project Green Screen

The movie industry used to be an exclusive party for an elite few. And although cheaper technology and an open-source mentality has wedged a foot in the door to Hollywood, getting any kind of recognition is still an uphill struggle. But a new project from badass filmmaker Robert Rodriguez is attempting to build bridges between… Read more »

Submissions Guidelines

Huck celebrates and explores independent culture — people and movements that paddle against the flow. We publish news, profiles, interviews, reportage and photo essays across digital and print. We also commission original documentaries and films. How do I pitch a story? Get acquainted with Huck. We’re constantly on the lookout for inspiring stories from the counterculture frontlines –… Read more »