Words and photographs by John Brunton
It rained ashes for three days. On Friday, September 1st, 2017 a fire broke out in La Tuna Canyon near Sunland, CA and over the next few days developed into the largest brushfire fire in Los Angeles history. Hundreds of people were evacuated from their homes in Sunland, Tujunga, Burbank, and Glendale.
Today in the United States of America, the population has been called to vote their next 45° President. Positive Magazine, in collaboration with the Uk film director Tom Dream has been travelling around US to see what the people think about the elections and about the two main candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. We […]
When she arrived in the United States in 2006, Sandrine Hermand Grisel and her family embarked on a road trip to discover their new country of adoption. By car, they drove across six different states (California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona), on a journey of a thousand miles where they discovered well-known monuments and national parks as well ...
Where should we go after the last frontiers, where should the birds fly after the last sky? -Mahmoud Darwish These portraits were taken of veterans in New York City, that served in Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam and Korea. Often unable to retrain in new careers, many have also been repeatedly denied assistance from the Veterans Administration […]
Photographer Jonathan Kelso explores the southern part of the United States with his heart on his sleeve.