Jung S Kim is a photographic artist living and working in the US. She was born and raised in Seoul and majored in Photography in Chung-Ang University in Korea. Kim offers Circle series of photographic self-portraits in which she is dealing with her personal identity related to the Korean cultural subject. Since she immigrated in 2001, Kim has exhibited her work in national and international venues including Filter Photo Festival, Humble Art Foundation, The Center for Fine Art Photography, The Griffin Museum of Photography, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, The Center for Fine Art Photography, Providence Center for Photographic Arts, and New York Foundation for the Art in the U.S., The 3rd Asian Women Photographer Showcase Obscura Festival in Malaysia, and Daegu Photo Biennale in Korea. Also, Kim won the 2nd Robert Cornelius Portrait Award, the Director’s Choice Award of the C4FAP, Honorable Mention of 11th Julia Margaret Cameron Award, AHL Foundation of Visual Arts Award and ‘The Grand Prix Juror Award of Merit winners’ Fine Art Photography Award. In addition, her “Circle” series has been published as “Zine Collection No10, Circle” by Editions Bessard in Paris.