susan currie is an associate editor at L.A. YOGA magazine. in addition to curating peace of mind and well being content for this publication, susan continues to document those lyrical moments of everyday life with her camera. her photographs have been exhibited at the yawkey cancer center at mass general hospital in boston, at the photoplace gallery in middlebury, vermont and most recently at the touch gallery in cambridge, massachusetts. beyond her contributions as a writer with L.A. YOGA magazine, susan’s words and images have been featured in the boston globe, elephant journal, om boston, yogi times, the huffington post, spirit of st. bart’s, and the tishman review.
in addition to these endeavors, susan photographs older children awaiting adoption with the mass adoption resource exchange’s heart gallery and serves as a corporator for the griffin museum of photography in winchester, massachusetts. although she remains quite inspired in her ongoing adventures as a portrait photographer, she met her muse when she discovered the practice of yoga (and became an RYT 200 instructor) many years ago. this ancient eight-limbed practice informs her artistry and her life on a number of levels. susan is also the creator of the daily inhale and the author of Once Divided (shanti arts, 2016) a blend of visual and verse - the perfect companion for yoga, a cup of tea or an afternoon on the back porch. GRACENOTES, its follow-up, has just been published! susan loves sharing her professional experiences with others and does so in a variety of workshops she teaches throughout the country.