Conflict photographer David Guttenfelder has spent 20 years photographing war overseas, but for his latest assignment, he was asked to point his camera at a different kind of war that’s raging here at home: veterans committing suicide.
The photographer visited the homes in which veterans died, photographing these normally unseen battlegrounds — their rooms, garages, and yards.
Here’s a short video in which Guttenfelder talks about this project:
The resulting series of ads are set to run in a number of major magazines (e.g. Fortune, Money, Esquire) and on outdoor billboards in cities where these veterans lived.