Last year, photographer Dona Schwartz partnered with the GOOD community, assigning members to take photos of their thanksgiving remains. The results? A curated collection of images shot by both internationally exhibited, and amateur photographers, encapsulating the diversity of the American experience of Thanksgiving. This pretty much sums up our holiday, how about yours?
by Sam Morgan
by Matthew Schenning
by Jordana Zeldin
by Brad Farwell
by Charlie Grosso
Lead image by Peter Riesett. Visit GOOD to view more.
About Dona Schwartz
Dona Schwartz is an American photographer living in Canada. She earned her PhD at the Annenberg School for Communication and is professionally engaged with photography as an artist, scholar, and educator. Her work has been internationally published and exhibited at venues including the National Portrait Gallery, London, Blue Sky Gallery, the Milwaukee Art Museum, The Stephen Bulger Gallery, the Pingyao International Photography Festival, and in numerous exhibitions in the United States. She is currently on the faculty of the Department of Art at the University of Calgary.