Karly Domb Sadof

Washington, D.C.

Photo editor focusing on national news.

Education: New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study ; Freie Universität Berlin, masters in visual and media anthropology

Karly Domb Sadof is an award-winning photo editor at The Washington Post, currently working on the national news desk. She is also a contributing writer for In Sight, The Post’s photography blog. Before joining The Post in 2016, she worked as a photo editor and supervisor at the Associated Press's global headquarters in New York and served as a photo editor for the AP's Asia-Pacific headquarters desk in Bangkok.
Latest from Karly Domb Sadof

    Photos since Columbine show cycle of gun violence in schools

    At least 185 children, teachers and other people have lost their lives in school shootings since the Columbine High School massacre in 1999, according to a Washington Post database. Over 23 years, the photographs that follow when first responders rush to a massacre begin to look eerily similar.

    May 26, 2022

    New satellite imagery shows bombed-out Mariupol theater

    New satellite imagery, alongside video and photos verified by The Post, shows destruction in Mariupol's city center, including severe damage to the Mariupol Drama Theater.

    March 19, 2022

    Russian attacks hit at least 9 Ukrainian medical facilities, visual evidence shows

    A Washington Post analysis verified nine incidents where hospitals faced direct damage as a result of a reported Russian attack. Three of the facilities specifically served women or children.

    March 12, 2022

    Photos: Inside the fight to contain the Dixie Fire

    Fire fighters are struggling to control California's largest blaze.

    July 30, 2021

    Surfside condo collapse spurs anxious week of waiting

    As the days dragged on, families and friends hoped for good news but feared the worst.

    July 2, 2021

      The shattered lives of Champlain Towers South

      In a split second, hundreds of lives changed forever. For many, the outcome hinged on a single number: their condo unit.

      July 1, 2021

      The Queer Quarantine

      Eleven photographers and one writer on how the pandemic altered lives in the LGBTQ+ community.

      June 21, 2021

      Soft as water, light as a feather and strong as a soldier: Photographing the raw and bright beauty of roses

      Photographer Xuebing Du’s images show the allure of the flowers when they are in full bloom in the midday sun.

      March 29, 2021
      • Perspective

      Grief, anger and fear envelop Atlanta’s Asian American community

      Photographer Hannah Yoon chronicles the aftermath of a mass shooting.

      March 25, 2021