As an outspoken gay performer living with HIV, Panti Bliss has become an unlikely – but empowering – ambassador for a once-conservative country.
Northern Irish photographer Megan Doherty’s 'Stoned in Melanchol' imagines a fictional underground youth culture to escape her boredom with life in Derry.
To mark the centenary of Ireland's uprising, award-winning war photographer Seamus Murphy revisits the country he left behind in the hope of capturing the nation's true character.
Oil won't last forever. So what happens when we run out? A new film by a first-feature Irish director contemplates a future without the resource we rely on most.
Irish surfer Fergal Smith has paddled into some of the world’s largest waves, but it’s the tiny seeds he’s growing at home that he hopes will be his legacy.
Prince Charles visits Mullaghmore, a new spot for Irish surfing, and we consider its troubled history.
Irish big-wave charger Easkey Britton shares how surfing inspired her to explore the world.
Photographer Ricky Adam documents Northern Ireland's rowdy punk and BMX scenes from the inside.
To celebrate St. Patrick's Day, Huck curates some of the most interesting and unexpected Irish photo projects we've encountered over the years.
Pro-surfer Easkey Britton makes waves far beyond the world of surfing as an environmentalist and ambassador for women's sport.
In a world full of self-styled heroes the surf photographer defines the creed.