Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson may well be climbing’s first household names. But not everyone knows the demons they stared down when they completed the world’s toughest free climb.
Photojournalist Ozier Muhammad has captured some of the most important political pinch points of our times. But, he explains, he was simply driven by a desire to document the everyday.
The fight to save the humble honey bee has become an urban battle, thanks to London beekeepers Chris Barnes and Paul Webb.
Photographer Stuart Freedman documents the decline Indian coffee houses – hotbeds of counterculture – in new book Palaces of Memory.
Carlos Spottorno goes beyond the border to capture a picture of immigration few people choose to see.
Photographer Lindsay Mackenzie explains how to use Instagram to challenge the mainstream media’s sensationalised portrayal of the Middle East.
Photojournalist Michael Duff shares his experiences of Ebola – the most severe acute public health emergency of modern times – in his adopted hometown of Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Art and photography that looks back on moments of conflict to consider the ongoing effects on people and places in the shadows of these traumatic events.
Photographers, skaters, stylists and cyclists capture winter storm Juno, which brought New York to a standstill.
Huck enters the lives of young people from Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala to find out what kind of American Dream they found once they crossed the border into the States.
In Europe, Austerity has hit Greek youth hardest. Can the new Syriza government end record youth unemployment?
Kevin Jorgeson and Tommy Caldwell made history January 14 by free climbing the Dawn Wall route of El Capitan. But why is the feat so special?