Guyodo was born in 1973 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. His mother wanted him to pursue a career as a mechanic, but he was a professional football player until the age of 25. In 1989 Guyodo exhibited for the first time at Sent Kiltirel Afrika Amerika in Port-au-Prince. He is one of Port-au-Prince’s sculptors along with Jean Hérard Celeur and André Eugène: the trio of sculptors from the Grand Rue still called Atis Rezistans. They use all kinds of salvaged materials to bring to life many sculptures in different formats. The materials used are mainly car parts, such as used oil filters, gas tanks, mufflers, etc. Guyodo also makes works with reclaimed plastic, metal and wood.

He is one of 4 artists to have produced Freedom Sculpture in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the abolition of slavery in 2006. This event marked the beginning of Guyodo’s international career, who has then exhibited in major cities around the world, especially Paris, New York, London, Milan, Bordeaux, Pittsburgh, Edinburgh and Geneva.