Huck Halley is a cartoonist whose work is informed by his antagonistic side, often involving “bullying” critiques of current politicians or political issues. In this video portrait, we get a glimpse of Huck’s colorful cartoons while he relates the struggles of the uninsured, from his grandmother who died due to lack of insurance to the struggles he and so many other young artists face.
Video produced by Dan Koshute and Andrew Daub
Cinematography by Bryan Heller
Edited by Andrew Daub
Music by Dan Koshute
(Andrew and Bryan are currently producing a new indie film in Pittsburgh called I’m a Stranger Here Myself, featuring our own Healthy Artists team member, Dan Koshute!)
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