Joliet Morrill is a photographer and social media specialist from New Orleans. Joliet studied Art History and Sociology at Mount Holyoke College, where she spent four years studying the importance of the intersectionality of art and education while giving tours at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum and Ogden Museum of Southern Art.

She is the Co-Founder of f/504, a creative collective that emphasizes the importance of free and accessible networking and collaborative events to help people hone their artistic skills. She plans monthly photo events open to the public in historic and important New Orleans institutions. She currently runs Lapin’s Workshop, a community studio space in the Bywater. Lapin’s Workshop offers sliding-scale community workshops such as drawing classes and open studio days. Previously, Joliet served as the Marketing + Events Coordinator at FERRARA SHOWMAN GALLERY, where she worked closely with a diverse group of contemporary artists to promote their exhibitions and developed a comprehensive social media strategy for the gallery. In their personal life, Joliet’s love for community and social media shines through in everything they do. Whether it is sharing a humorous Instagram story with their friends, showcasing their latest photoshoot on their photography account, or promoting a local event on f/504, Joliet’s dedication to the community and artistic expression is evident. You can find her portfolio at


BA | Mount Holyoke College