Don Bartletti

Photographer

Don Bartletti joined the Los Angeles Times in 1984. His series of photo essays about young Central American migrants won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for feature photography. He was a 2015 Pulitzer Prize finalist for his series on Mexican farmworkers. He remains especially dedicated to the causes and effects of economic migration across the southern border of the U.S. and within nearly every state in Mexico. Other documentary subjects have taken him to 23 countries around the globe. Bartletti left The Times in 2015. 

 

Recent Articles

  • Drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman arrested

    Drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman arrested

    The Sinaloa drug cartel leader, Mexico's most-wanted fugitive, was arrested at a Mazatlan resort after more than a decade on the run.

  • Video: ....and not a drop to drink

    Video: ....and not a drop to drink

    ..... and not a drop to drink See full story This feature requires that JavaScript be enabled and the Flash plug-in be installed. More than 1 million people in California live in places where tap water isn't reliably safe to drink, and a large number of those are in small, mostly Latino towns such...

  • Audio slide show: One man's salvation

    Audio slide show: One man's salvation

    This feature requires that JavaScript be enabled and the Flash plug-in be installed. For nearly 25 years, Leonard Knight has spent his days, and many of his nights, painting pastoral designs and biblical quotations on a three-story mound of adobe in the Imperial Valley desert he calls his Salvation...

  • AUDIO SLIDE SHOW: One man's salvation

    AUDIO SLIDE SHOW: One man's salvation

    This feature requires that JavaScript be enabled and the Flash plug-in be installed. For nearly 25 years, Leonard Knight has spent his days, and many of his nights, painting pastoral designs and biblical quotations on a three-story mound of adobe in the Imperial Valley desert he calls his Salvation...

  • Audio slide show: Clinging to hope in the vineyards

    Audio slide show: Clinging to hope in the vineyards

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  • Audio slide show: The Pit

    Audio slide show: The Pit

    The home of Trona Tornadoes football team isn't a grass field; here, high school football games are played on an unforgiving bed of sand, rocks and dirt.

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