• Jordan Weitzman / A First Exhibition

    Through portraits of friends, lovers and family, Montreal photographer Jordan Weitzman creates a personal and multi-layered record of his intimacy with others. In these photographs, we see him […]

  • Ian Ruhter / Silver & Light

    This project was created with the same spirit that America was founded on. Our intentions are to connect everyone in america through the lens of this camera and social networking sites. […]

  • Brandon Thibodeaux / When Morning Comes

    This video project is a representation of my ongoing project entitled When Morning Comes. It is a reflection of life in the Mississippi Delta and a testament to the dignity and grace of those souls […]

  • J A Mortram / Small Town Inertia

    I’ve followed the lives of several people within a 3 mile radius of the Market Town where I live in Dereham, East Anglia for the past 3 years. […]

  • Alain Laboile / Street Family

    I’m a father of six. My chidren are my subject. It’s a limitless subject. I just have to look… children are creative… you just need to be there waiting for things to happen in the frame and click. […]

  • A Conversation with Roger Ballen

    A conversation between Roger Ballen and Eva Wollenberg.

  • Arimin Karami / A Public Hanging

    EXPLICIT CONTENT: may not be suitable for all audiences. A man is hanged after being convicted of killing four members of a family, in Qazvin, about 80 miles (130 kilometers) northwest of the capital Tehran, Iran.

  • Filippo Mutani / Girls From Kiev

    Filippo Mutani started his professional photography in 2008, after more than ten years working for advertising. After joining Grazia Neri agency in Milan, in 2009 he became a worldwide […]

  • Luca Desienna / My Dearest Javanese Concubine

    EXPLICIT CONTENT: may not be suitable for all audiences. One of the most controversial love story ever told… the story of Tira and Gunawan. Tira was a pre-op 48 years old transgender disfigured […]

HJ is a living photography magazine seeking to inspire.

Bob Black / From the Series, “When The Sky Was Colors”

Photographs are but a trace, a small breath of not only all that we have seen and heard and felt but of all that shuttled and shifted before and around us. […]

12/10/11 • One Shot

Aga Luczakowska / Female Islambul

Istanbul is the only metropolis in the world that is situated on two continents (Europe and Asia) and it is influenced by all contradictions of globalized and traditional societies. More than 80 years ago, […]

12/10/11 • Essay

Tom Hyde / Fight Night

Broken noses, broken ribs, blood on the white mat and hurt pride were on the fight card Saturday night as young amateur Mixed Martial Arts contenders fought their way up shooting for a shot […]

12/10/11 • One Shot

Bryan Harvey / Photo Rio for the Nat Geo Channel

Bryan Harvey has established himself as an award-winning filmmaker with a passion for storytelling on a diverse range of subjects. If not in some far-flung location […]

12/10/11 • Video