Joy Enomoto is a mixed-media artist living in Honolulu, Hawai‘i. She is of Native Hawaiian, African-American, Japanese, Caddo Indian, and Sikh Indian decent. Her work engages ancestral memory, social justice, and those issues currently affecting Pacific peoples. Her most recent work has shown at the Hawai‘i Craftsmen’s Biennial Fiber Exhibit. She was also the first recipient of the R&D Book Award for her work in photography. Enomoto has a BA from UC Berkeley in English, and is currently pursuing a BFA from UH Manoa in photography.