Editorial: Harry Hudson Shot By Moises
Introducing Harry Hudson for Profound Aesthetic; shot by Moises Arias
Dreary days. City style. Harry Hudson to many typical New Yorkers is just another young face in the crowd. But unbeknownst to them he has a pretty cool story, just like we all do. He also may the epitome of the phrase “it’s not what you know, but who you know”. Harry Hudson may be best known for popping up from time to time in Kylie Jenner’s Snapchat stories, participating in absurd and hilarious comedy sketches that the duo create on the fly while hanging out.
Being a friend of a so-called “Kardashian” is somewhat of a gift and a curse. On one hand, the exposure is excellent. In another time, who would’ve thought that simply who you are friends with can make you famous to a degree. But Harry Hudson’s story doesn’t end there. He is a musician that was on the brink of exploding all over radio, until health became a factor. Harry was diagnosed (and then overcame) late-stage-three Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, by radiating positivity. He now bases the majority of his music on the fight for positivity and struggles to overcome whatever obstacles in life people may have to face. There’s something nostalgic about Harry’s music, so much so that it blends into his style, walking around New York City in some of our most timeless Americana pieces.
And then there’s Moises Arias. You may know him as Rico from Hannah Montana. Or friend of Jaden Smith. More recently he’s become an increasingly visible outlet to young Hollywood. His photos not only have a great aesthetic, but give an inside glimpse into the lives of the young, famous and ambitious (including a gratuitous photo of Kendall Jenner’s nipple). Here he follows Harry around NYC, capturing what it feels like to be young and eager to prove yourself in the most infamous concrete jungle on earth.
Regardless of what people may say about having friends in high places, they can be beneficial to getting your ideas off the ground and helping you find yourself on a similar plateau. On dreary New York days, it’s good to know that you have the love of your friends to fall back on.