Mel Melcon

Mel Melcon started out with the Los Angeles Times in 1984 as a summer intern and has been here ever since. He worked on a freelance basis from 1985 to 1997, then was hired full time. Melcon likes to capture the offbeat and funny side of life in his images. A selection of his work can be found on The Times' Framework blog.
These are some of the rescued wolves now living at a sanctuary in the Angeles National Forest

Rescued wolves arrive at the Wildlife Waystation in the Angeles National Forest. They were removed from a facility accused of killing animals for their pelts.

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Grammys 2016: Who's got the tickets? And other behind-the-scenes secrets from the awards crew

Times photographers go behind the scenes during preparations for the Grammy Awards and document the workers who make sure the show runs smoothly.