Susanne Brandt is known for her fine art photography. She uses alternative phoSusanne Brandt is an artist who is known for her fine art photography. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Alfred University as well as a masters degree in Art Education. Susanne is currently the head art teacher at Wilton High School where she has taught photography for over twenty years. She has also been teaching various photographic workshops at the Silvermine School for over fifteen years. Helping others explore new areas of photography remains her primary joy. Susanne has been exhibiting her work in group and solo exhibitions in CT & NYC for over 30 years. Susanne uses alternative photographic processes for transferring photographs onto fine art paper, fabric, metal, canvas and glass. Many of the photographs are then enhanced utilizing paints and artisanal inks. Susanne works primarily with an infrared converted SLR camera. She enjoys the medium because infrared photography has a dream like surreal quality making the images glow with a shimmering aura. Her work seeks to capture a compelling moment in time found in cityscapes, street scenes and nature. Her goal is to create “visual meditations” in her images.