Susan Mah is a psychotherapist on staff at a community health clinic in San Jose, CA. With a bachelor’s degree in sociology and two master’s degrees in clinical social work and fine art photography, she brings an eclectic background to her work as an artist. Psychotherapist and fine art photographer, Susan earned a scholarship to study photography at L'Ecole Parsons in Paris and received a Master of Fine Art (MFA) at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. In her artistic practice, Susan’s overarching goals are to bring together her interests in clinical social work and fine art photography and to create imagery that is both thought-provoking and purpose-driven. For example, the Loss Project is meant to serve as a form of art therapy while #ThisAmericanDystopia is a sociopolitical critique and call to action. Susan’s work has been exhibited in Oxford, MS; Taylor, MS; Water Valley, MS; Memphis, TN; Honolulu, HI; San Jose, CA; San Francisco, CA; Berkeley, CA; Aptos, CA; Venice, CA; Oakland, CA; and New York, NY.