Isabelle Armand is a French born American photographer whose work concentrates on documentaries. Using Black and White film and 6 x 7 and 6 x 6 formats, she created several ongoing photographic series. Her latest book focusing on wrongful conviction, Levon and Kennedy: Mississippi Innocence Project, has been widely acclaimed. In the poorest area in the nation, Armand is currently exploring the relationship between poverty and memory in the town of Glendora in the Mississippi Delta, whose collective memory is scarred by the murder of Emmett Till in 1955.
Armand was the recipient of the Shoen Foundation grant in 2018, as well as the recipient of the Fondation Cuvelier grants in 2019 and 2020. Her work appeared in publications such as Art In America, the Eye of Photography, the Daily Beast and the New York Times.