Susan King earned her MA at New Mexico State University, then traveled to Los Angeles in the 1970s to be part of the experimental Feminist Studio Workshop at the Woman’s Building, where she began making artists’ books and founded Paradise Press. Susan came to WSW in 1983 to produce her artist’s book Women and Cars. Her practice now includes printed ephemera and traditional and alternative photographic processes. Susan’s work is included in major collections including The Getty Center, the Museum of Modern Art Library, and the Victoria and Albert Museum Library. She lives and works in Kentucky and has taught in WSW’s Summer Art Institute workshop series.