More About Susan Lutz

Susan Lutz is a photographer, artist, and television producer with a background in documentary and nonfiction television production. She currently teaches photography to college students and loves introducing them to seemingly obsolete photographic practices, especially stereoscopic photography.
Exhibition view of stereo cards by the Susan Lutz Stereo View Company, Fayerweather Gallery, Charlottesville, VA.

She has produced 300+ hours of documentary and non-fiction television programming including a two hour documentary special "Ancient Mysteries: Voodoo!" which won a Cine Golden Eagle Award. She is the recipient of a Parsons Fund Grant for Ethnography from the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress and a semifinalist in the Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting, sponsored by The Academy Foundation, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Her photography and video installation work has been shown throughout the US and Europe and is held in the permanent collections of the Long Beach Museum of Art in Long Beach, California and The New Museum in New York City.

Susan Lutz is a member of the International Documentary Association (IDA), The Culinary Historians of Southern California, and the American Federation of Teachers Local 1521.