Posts By: Andrea Kurland

Brexit Britain: You’ve been played

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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“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 »

Photographer Kevin Frayer is pushing beyond ‘otherness’ to show the real China

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Kevin Frayer had to reach the roof of the world to understand what was driving him. An award-winning Canadian photojournalist, Frayer cut his teeth working for his hometown newspaper, The Winnipeg Sun, before graduating to The Associated Press in 2003 where he covered high-stakes stories across India and the Middle East. In 2013, he left… Read more »