Jon Linton is fusing art with activism: the Phoenix-based photographer uses his camera to focus attention on homelessness, bringing awareness and compassion towards the homeless through dignified portraits. His project, titled “I Have A Name,” was inspired by his conversation with the first homeless man he met during shooting: “You have no idea how long it’s been since somebody cared to asked me my name. We are like the walking invisible, like America’s forgotten,” the man told Linton. The photographer will have his first gallery show in December and hopes the project will turn into a traveling installation.