Jada Imani M is a photographer, filmmaker, and creative director from Prince George’s County Maryland.
Born and raised in the DMV area, she uses her personal experiences and influences throughout her work. Colorful, distorted, creative, and recognizable are some of the ways people have described her images. As a Black woman photographer, she aims to show people not only how she views the world, but how she wishes the world could be. Consistently inspired by her community, she pushes forward positive visuals of Black people in unique spaces in which they normally would not be seen.
Represented by Adolescent Content.
Various parts of myself are represented in my work. The experiences I have, my world view, and the people I admire is showcased across my portfolio.
DEATH TO ASSIMILATION: On view at Eckington Hall in Washington DC November 27th-December 16th
Save Art Space: Out of This World
Five Burning Questions: Lil Uzi Vert’s ‘Just Wanna Rock’ Hits the Hot 100’s Top 10
WI Bridge: DEATH TO ASSIMILATION
Washingtonian-Quarantine Self Portraits
Washingtonian-DC Photo Print Shops