The photographs of Susan Lapides focus on people, culture, and place. The rugged landscape of the Bay of Fundy has inspired her three current bodies of work. They are St. George, Crustaceans, and “turq”, A Meditation.

A fine art photographer with a strong background in editorial photography, Lapides has exhibited her work widely throughout New England, including solo exhibitions at Fidelity Investments (Boston), the Griffin Photography Museum (Boston), and the Saint John Art Centre in New Brunswick, Canada. Her fine art work is held in corporations and private collections throughout the United States, Canada, and France. Her editorial images have appeared in Life, Smithsonian, and many other national periodicals. Lapides graduated from Tufts University and the Museum of Fine Arts School. She resides in Boston and visits New Brunswick, Canada as often as she can.