Raja Danapat is India's self-proclaimed “twin brother” of Elvis. Now 75, he lives his life following the guiding light of the late Elvis Presley.
The Gramercy Typewriter Company has kept NYC dancing on the keys since 1932. With a third generation at the helm, they have no plans to slow down.
Reggae wouldn’t be reggae without Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry – unsung hero, wild preacher, original Rastaman.
Hiking for Emails tells the story of Mahabir Pun, a Nepalese man who trekked two days to check his emails before embarking on a quest to bring the web to his remote community.
Catch a first glimpse at some of the best documentaries coming out this year.
Huck editor Andrea Kurland catches up with great American documentarian Alec Soth about his impressive, constantly changing career, during his first UK retrospective at the Science Museum, London.
Ukrainian photographer Anastasia Vlasova cut her teeth on the frontlines, covering her first protest when she was just seventeen. At twenty-two, she’s witnessed a revolution and the grief of war. But it’s the people she met - and loved - along the way that taught her the lesson of a lifetime.
A chance encounter with a couple at a fayre in Ohio became a story that never ends for documentary photographer Sara Naomi Lewkowicz.
When Adriana Monsalve set out to capture the nuances of albinism, she began to understand her own sense of identity.
Caram Kapp explains why the Arabian Street Artists had to challenge Homeland’s inaccurate and damaging portrayal of the Middle East, War on Terror and the refugee crisis.
The death of 16 Sherpas on Everest in 2014 went almost unnoticed by foreign climbers. But the tragedy helped the long-mistreated Nepalese guides to find their voice.
London-based photography partners Olivia Arthur and Philip Ebeling travelled to some of the wildest parts of the UK to capture an existence far removed from the city.