All Thrify States

It seems thrift shopping has started to appeal to a broader audience. As a photographer, journalist, and culture enthusiast, I became fascinated by not only the people that shop at thrift stores, but by the stories I see in the donated goods available at thrift stores. I see what you wear, I see where you vacation, who you vote for, what church you go to, even what 5K you ran. Each item tells us a little bit about ourselves, about our neighbors and about America.

Getting Lost – Jenna Isaacson Pfueller

Getting Lost – sportsshooter:

In my thirty-one years I’ve lost a lot of things. Car keys, fights with roommates, favorite pairs of socks, photo contests, both of my parents and occasionally my mind. But nothing prepared me for losing a job, especially over the phone. Especially when they knew I’d be alone to hear the news.

Family sues for photos of dead athlete

From the Columbia Daily Tribune:

When University of Missouri-Columbia football player Aaron O’Neal collapsed in July on Faurot Field, a Tribune photographer (Jenna Isaacson) captured the scene. Now lawyers for the O’Neal family want access to more than 600 digital photos taken shortly before the athlete’s death.

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