Yodith is a photographer, archivist and editor based in the DC Metropolitan area.
Her editorial work has appeared in Washingtonian Magazine, Electric Revival, LivingSocial, Gilt City and Prince George's Suite Magazine.
Her personal work has been featured in MFON: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora, Format Magazine, The Week: Captured, Photo District News, OkayAfrica, Sally Hemings Dream zine, Nueva Luz Photographic Journal, Rooted In Magazine, East City Art, The Root, MSN and Huffington Post. In December 2016, she was a featured artist in Addis Foto Fest, on of the leading photography festivals in Africa and the world. She most recently exhibited at The African American Museum in Philadelphia and Prince George's African American Museum and Culture in Brentwood, Maryland.
She received a BFA in Fine Art Photography from Corcoran College of Art and Design. She is a member of Women Photograph and Authority Collective.
Yodith's photo-based work explores her own Ethiopian-American ancestry through the lenses of womanhood and collective memory. She specializes in portrait, documentary, editorial and archival photography.
photo by Danielle Scruggs