Pivot Points

Why​ ​you​ ​shouldn’t​ ​buy​ ​a​ ​puppy​ ​this​ ​Christmas
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Why​ ​you​ ​shouldn’t​ ​buy​ ​a​ ​puppy​ ​this​ ​Christmas

Pivot Points: Stories of Change — Adopt from rescue, or if you're buying a pup always ask ‘Where's Mum?’, says Marc Abraham, a vet and animal welfare activist who’s seen the cruelty of puppy farms firsthand. Photographer Chris Bethell heads to his practice to see the battle in action, as he takes his message to Parliament and beyond.

Written by: Chris Bethell

The Beirut fashion school making education free
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The Beirut fashion school making education free

Pivot Points: Stories of Change — Beirut-based photographer Natalie Naccache trains her lens on stories that challenge preconceptions of life in the Middle East. For this edition of Pivot Points - stories that shift a photographer’s perspective - she found herself drawn towards a creative space with big ambitions: to become a free university for fashion.

Written by: Natalie Naccache

A photographer reconnects with her roots in rural Quebec
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A photographer reconnects with her roots in rural Quebec

Pivot Points: Stories of Change — Toronto-based photographer Laurence Butet-Roch ventures to Inverness, a rural outpost settled by exiles and hippies, just as the annual beef festival rolls into town.

Written by: Laurence Butet-Roch

The​ ​filmmaker​ ​from​ ​Damascus​ ​finding​ ​inspiration​ ​in​ ​Berlin
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The​ ​filmmaker​ ​from​ ​Damascus​ ​finding​ ​inspiration​ ​in​ ​Berlin

Pivot Points: Stories of Change — In​ ​this​ ​edition​ ​of​ ​Pivot​ ​Points,​ ​stories​ ​that​ ​shift​ ​a photographer’s​ ​perspective,​ ​Lara​ ​Atallah​ ​spends​ ​time​ ​with​ ​A​ghyad Abou​ ​Koura,​ ​a​ ​young​ ​Syrian​ ​filmmaker,​ ​and​ ​finds​ ​herself reconnecting​ ​with​ ​her​ ​own​ ​journey​ ​to​ ​image-making.

Written by: Lara Atallah

London’s ‘public’ spaces are not as free as they seem
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London’s ‘public’ spaces are not as free as they seem

Pivot Points: Stories of Change — Huck photographer Tom Jamieson goes for a wander through the squares of London where the lines between public and private space are starting to blur.

Written by: Tom Jamieson

An American photographer chases escape outside the echo chamber
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An American photographer chases escape outside the echo chamber

Pivot Points: Stories of Change — Huck photographer Andrew White heads out of Brooklyn every summer, with a group of friends in tow, in search of swimming holes off the beaten path. In this edition of Pivot Points, stories that shift a photographer's perspective, he stumbles on moments of pure Americana outside the comfort of his bubble.

Written by: Andrew White

Community dinners are helping refugees feel at home in Berlin
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Community dinners are helping refugees feel at home in Berlin

Pivot Points: Stories of Change — Berlin-based photographer Grey Hutton has been searching for answers to the refugee crisis since 2011. But it was around a kitchen table that he started to see people get a true taste of home – and found himself offered a seat in the process.

Written by: Grey Hutton

The Bristol Bike Project is transforming lives with the power of two wheels
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The Bristol Bike Project is transforming lives with the power of two wheels

Pivot Points: Stories of Change — Photographer James Arthur Allen uncovers a cycling community with a difference: one that isn’t just about repairing bikes, but fixing society.

Written by: James Arthur Allen

"If the world can see, the world can change"
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"If the world can see, the world can change"

Introducing Pivot Points: Stories of Change — Huck photographers catch a glimpse of a better future in a brand new photo series, learning from change-makers out on the frontlines and undertaking journeys of their own.

Written by: HUCK HQ

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