Curtis Hughes

Curtis Hughes is a British social documentary and portrait photographer who explores and questions his own identity and belonging through collaboration and connection. Through his work, which is often portrait-led, Curtis explores themes surrounding love, identity, belonging, and the human experience while questioning and challenging societal conventions.

Through reflection, Curtis seeks to understand the mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical characteristics of human life through empathic, intimate, and compassionate connections and encounters with others.

His work has been featured in the annual British Journal of Photography's Portrait of Britain and Portrait of Humanity award, as well as the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize by the National Portrait Gallery, Head On Portrait Award, and PhotoVogue. Curtis now resides between the UK and Berlin where he continues to work on refining his craft and visual signature in portraiture.

Instagram: @c.urtishughes