Jennifer Ditona is a documentary photographer and visual artist based in Virginia. She is an avid traveler who has lived in various states and visited multiple countries. Jennifer received her first undergraduate degree in Photography while living in New York followed by her bachelor's degree in Film Production with a minor in Journalism. Jennifer recently earned her MFA in Visual Arts and is currently pursuing a MA in Humanities focused on Cultural and Human Geography. Throughout Jennifer’s career, her work has always been inspired by her travels and life experiences. Her art and photography are both at the intersections of humanistic encounters and environmental therapy. She questions our empathy for one another as well as our deep-rooted connection with Earth. Jennifer's work has been exhibited in multiple galleries and non-profits throughout the United States as well as Mexico, South America and Canada.
2020 - 2021 Exhibitions Include:
Perry Gallery - Norfolk, Virginia
Gordon Galleries - Norfolk, Virginia
Foley Gallery - New York, New York​​​​​​​
Mattie Kelly Galleries - Niceville, Florida
Studio Evolve Galleries - Virginia Beach, Virginia
The Kitchen Sink Project - Rapid City, South Dakota
International Center of Photography - New York, New York



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