I began taking photographs using my father's Speed Graphic, then graduated to a little 35mm Pentax I bought for two-hundred dollars at Sears. In late 2012, I thought it might be fun to buy a digital camera that was more than just a point-and-shoot. With my new DSLR, photography became a passion which has not abated. Street photography has held my attention for many years. I have also recently begun to explore minimalist photography — an exciting new turn of events! These days I use a mirrorless Sony a7Rii and have added a Ricoh GRiii to the family — a dedicated camera for street photography. I started out life with a BA in literature from Bennington College and an MA in poetry from Boston University, but now live in an almost exclusively visual world.

You may contact me at susan@susanlouiseanderson.com.


Featured in Edge of Humanity on-line magazine, January 2016

Various Group Shows, HCC Galleries, 2016 - 2018

Various Group Shows, FMoPA, 2015 - 2018

One-Woman Show, Kotler Art Gallery, July 2017

First Prize, Tampa Heritage, FMoPA, Fall 2017

One-Woman Show, Carrollwood Cultural, Summer 2018

One-Woman Show, Port Tampa City Library, Fall 2018

Featured in The Inspired Eye on-line magazine, Issue 62


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