Susan Copich is an award winning photographer known for her acclaimed photographic series Domestic Bliss. She was born in Youngstown, Ohio, received her B.F.A. in Performance and Choreography from Ohio State University and has had professional careers as a modern dancer, actor and Pilates studio owner. Looking to explore new forms of art and self-expression, Copich returned to academia at New York City’s famed International Center of Photography in the new millennium.
Copich is primarily known for her dark and witty humor portrayed in her 2014 photographic series Domestic Bliss. The series gives voice to Copich’s inner “darkness” while examining family life in a humorous context. Her series has been written up and reviewed in dozens of different languages around the world. In 2012, Copich began an unreleased photo series titled India. Shot entirely abroad, India celebrates the human spirit in an unfiltered light. She continues to travel the globe to enhance her art and world view.
Copich is currently working on a new series, ‘then he forgot my name’, that explores nostalgia, memory and loss. ‘The Cupcake’ a short film by Susan Copich was released in 2016.
Her work is in private collection, as wells as, shown nationally in galleries and museums.
She lives in upstate, NY where she resides with her husband and two daughters.
Susan Copich is represented by Moen Mason Gallery