Susan Roberts' work has been exhibited in the "Humanity" show at The Big Top Gallery and in the group show “Light on Music” at the Darkroom, New Orleans Center for the Photographic Arts. After growing up on the banks of the Mississippi River in Iowa, a series of coincidences and curiosity moved her to New Orleans where her love of photography and the healing arts were fused into appreciation of the human spirit and form. It became evident that her two passions directly influenced and perfectly complimented one another.
She traveled to Senegal for a non-profit photography project, produced and shot a very short doc on photographer iconEditta Sherman and was a videographer on Konechne’s “Woven from the Land: Women, Prairie, Culture”. Susan's love for the Coney Island that created local and world-wide enchantment and her support for grassroots activism propelled her to work on this project. She lives in NYC and still believes progress is only possible through humane routes.