Jasmine Clark is a documentary and freelance photographer from a small military community in Twentynine Palms, California. Her work explores symbols of American ideology, culture, and nationalism. She received her MFA in Photography from Columbia College Chicago in 2016. Clark has exhibited work at the Hyde Park Art Center, Aperture Foundation, and the Newspace Center for Photography. In 2017, she was awarded Duke University’s 2017 Archive of Documentary Arts Collection Award in the Award for Emerging Documentarian for her project, After Eisenhower. Clark self published a monograph of this work in 2018 and was recently a semi-finalist for 2019’s PDN 30.