Albert Brave Tiger Lee is a Southern California native, son of Korean immigrants, a father and a staff videographer at the Los Angeles Times. His work spans various mediums of visual storytelling and has been recognized for various disciplines including a national Emmy Award for News and Documentary, an RFK Journalism Award, Pictures of the Year International honors, the National Press Photographers Assn.’s Best of Photojournalism Award and Columbia University’s Dart Award.
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Journalists from the Los Angeles Times travel along the Colorado River to examine how the Southwest is grappling with the water crisis.
Nov. 15, 2023
Native activists fought for years to build support for taking down dams on the Klamath River in Northern California. Now, they hope removing the dams will help save their salmon.
Oct. 5, 2023
Times travel writer Christopher Reynolds’ favorite 101 California experiences include DTLA’s Grand Avenue, Disney Hall, Grand Central Market and Bradbury Building.
May 18, 2023
In Mexico, where the shrinking Colorado River no longer flows to the sea, some are calling for a “water revolution.”
Jan. 31, 2023
As climate change and overuse threaten the Colorado River, Native American tribes seek a larger role in the river’s stewardship.
Jan. 30, 2023
As the federal government pushes states to reduce usage of dwindling Colorado River water, Imperial Valley farmers fear a “worst-case” scenario.
Jan. 27, 2023