John Huba has been a sought after New York photographer and filmmaker for over two decades. Huba got an early start working as a photojournalist for his local newspaper at the age of sixteen, and moved to New York City to pursue a career in fashion photography soon after. Since he broke into editorial work by creating a cover for the New York Times Magazine, Huba has created an abundance of critically-acclaimed work, including the Emmy-nominated documentary Hey Vinny and the short film Seamus, which premiered at the Woodstock Film Festival.
Huba’s portraits of celebrities like Johnny Depp, Salma Hayek and Anne Hathaway have graced the pages of such esteemed publications as Vanity Fair, InStyle, Men’s Journal, Town & Country, Rolling Stone, and Travel & Leisure. Countless advertising campaigns for Ralph Lauren complement his lengthy and prestigious editorial client list. His work with both film and digital has led him to partner with Canon to introduce hybrid shooting technology and technique.
In the course of his journeys around the world, Huba has created many iconic and celebrated travel images. His ability to capture a universal humanity even through cultural barriers makes his work instantly recognizable. Huba’s assignments for publications like Condé Nast Traveler have brought him to places such as the Galapagos Islands, Morocco, and Vietnam. When not travelling, Huba lives with his wife and two daughters in Woodstock, NY.