About Award winning photographer Susan Seubert was born in 1970 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Ms. Seubert is an active fine art and journalism photographer based in Portland, Oregon and Maui, Hawaii. Her provocative imagery has earned her critical acclaim with inclusion in the Portland Art Museum's 1999 and 2001 Biennials, the 2009 Tacoma Art Museum's Northwest Biennial and selected as a finalist for the 2011 Contemporary Northwest Artist Awards. Ms. Seubert was selected to be one of only 24 participants in Portland2012, A Biennial of Contemporary Art, presented by Disjecta and curated by Prudence Roberts. In 1999 Columbia University in conjunction with LIFE Magazine awarded Ms. Seubert an Alfred Eisenstaedt Award. She received an International Photography Award for her piece entitled, "Nest," a study of wild bird nests rendered in ambrotype. Exacting in her preparation and printing, she is a master of antiquated techniques including silver gelatin, platinum, tintype and wet plate collodion. She is also proficient in all aspects of digital media. Since receiving her BFA in photography from the Pacific Northwest College of Art in 1992, Seubert has exhibited continuously in the United States and abroad. Her work was featured at the Houston Center for Photography in 1997, and included in exhibit at Exit Art (New York) in 2001. She continues to regularly contribute to such publications as National Geographic Traveler and The New York Times. Ms. Seubert has been acknowledged as a Photography Expert by the National Geographic Society, awarded for Overall Excellence in Photography by the North American Travel Journalists Association in 2011 and 2014, and won in the category of Environmental Portraiture in the Photo District News Faces competition. Most recently, Ms. Seubert was invited to exhibit her work at the European Cultural Center in conjunction with the 2017 Venice Biennale. All work on this site is copyright © 2017 and may not be used for any purpose without express permission from Susan Seubert. Unless otherwise noted, all work is available for purchase and prices are available upon request. Represented by The Froelick Gallery (Portland, OR) , G. Gibson Gallery (Seattle, WA) , Joseph Bellows Gallery (La Jolla, CA) Susan's Magazine Work.