Photographer Shannon Jensen Wedgwood heads to an academy of a different kind, where learning what it means to be a man is a rite of passage.
Goodgym is a community of runners who stop off to do good deeds on their daily jogs. Photographer Jackie Dewe-Mathews joins them on an altruistic mission.
Marc Abraham is a vet and animal rights activist who’s seen the cruelty of puppy farms firsthand. Photographer Chris Bethell heads to his practice to see the battle in action.
Beirut-based photographer Natalie Naccache steps inside a creative space with big ambitions in Lebanon's capital: to become a free university for fashion.
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.
In this edition of Pivot Points, stories that shift a photographer’s perspective, Lara Atallah spends time with Aghyad Abou Koura, a young Syrian filmmaker, and finds herself reconnecting with her own journey to image-making.
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.
Huck photographer Andrew White heads out of Brooklyn on July Fourth in search of adventure outside the comfort of his bubble.
Photographer Grey Hutton spends time with an organisation bringing people together through cooking – and finds himself welcomed into the fold.
Photographer James Arthur Allen uncovers a cycling community with a difference: one that isn’t just about repairing bikes, but fixing society.
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.