Myles Loftin (b. 1998) is a photographer, director and a senior in the BFA Photo program at Parsons School of Design. Myles’ work recognizes the latent power that images hold, and seeks to utilize that power as a means for creating positive change. With a practice that blends portraiture, fine art, and fashion photography, his photos exude a feeling of vibrance, freedom, and youth. Loftin’s work deals with themes of Blackness, identity, and representation of marginalized individuals. His subjects are oftentimes friends, family members and members of the LGBTQ+ community.