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Susan Kravitz has explored the tradition of documentary and street photography in many of her photographic projects, which she has exhibited in numerous galleries, museums and universities in the United States and abroad. Her photographs of people, taken in both the studio and on the street, have attempted to explore the depth and complexity of the human condition. Through photography she continues her search for inner meaning in every day scenes of ordinary people.
Susan taught photography as a full-time professor in the Art Department at Nassau Community College, Garden City, NY for sixteen years and was Chairperson of the Art Department for nine of those years. She recently retired as Dean for Arts and Humanities at NCC after serving in that position for over six years. Susan has an M.F.A. in Photography from Long Island University, CW Post campus, and a B.A. in Sociology from Barnard College. She is a founding member of fotofoto gallery in Huntington, NY.