2010 Photo Contest, Daily Life, Stories, Honorable mention
Photographer

Pieter Ten Hoopen

Agence Vu

04 December, 2008

Shoan and Jim lived together in Hungry Horse, but Shoan later moved out to Browning, an Indian reservation some miles away. Jim works for his brother's construction company. Hungry Horse, in the Rocky Mountains, Montana, USA, was a thriving settlement of construction workers for a nearby dam in the 1950s. Today, it has just 900 residents, struggling with unemployment. Many younger people join the army or head to the city in search of better prospects.

About the photographer

Pieter Ten Hoopen

Pieter Ten Hoopen is a member of Agency VU in Paris, as well as the founder of the company Civilian Act in Stockholm Sweden. Pieter has worked with aftermaths of war and human...

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