Myles Loftin is a nineteen-year-old freelance photographer and sophomore at Parsons School of Design. His work spans portraiture and fashion photography, often incorporating vibrant color schemes and film textures. Common themes covered within his work include the black family, racial profiling, black youth, and masculinity. He has shown in publications such as Dazed, The Fader, V Magazine, Nylon Japan as well as in several art spaces across the U.S.
Art is an important part of his life and, as an artist of color, he wants to work to inspire other artists of color to pursue successful careers in the creative industry.