Naomieh Jovin's (she/her) work blends original photography with reappropriated images from family collections to contemplate her Haitian American identity, family history, spirituality, and the African diaspora. Her striking portraits converse with found photos of relatives and examine how the Black body is perceived, creating intimate, expressive depictions of vulnerability and healing. Jovin's honors include an award from the Magnum Foundation Fund, a Mural Arts Philadelphia Fellowship for Black Artists, and a residency at the TILT Institute for the Contemporary Image (formerly known as Philadelphia Photo Arts Center). Her work has been featured in The Nation and Buzzfeed. She has photographed for the New York Times and Vogue Italia. She was selected as a Lens Culture 2021 Critics Choice winner, and she was recently named a 2021 PEW Fellow in the Arts. Jovin earned a BFA from Moore College of Art & Design.