In November of 2016, the 45th President of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump, was elected on the campaign promise to make "make American great again," thus, restoring the country to its good old days. 

But, what are "the good old days?" And, just who were they good for? Which pieces of our history is this administration promising to restore?

And which pieces are they promising to leave behind? Who are they leaving behind?


The Good Old Days project is a photographic vessel for all the stories that make up our collective history – not just the ones of the winners and the victors, but the ones that sadden, embarrass, and outrage us – the ones that have been silenced and left behind.

It is through these stories that a visual diary of our country's conflicting identities will be composed and exposed.