Zsuzsanna Nagy is a Hungarian-American artist currently residing in State College, PA. Nagy is an MFA graduate from Pennsylvania State University. She is a peripatetic artist; her photography is atmospheric, painterly and evocative. Nagy's work has been exhibited recently at the House of Lucie, Lucie Foundation, CA, the BlackRock Center for the Arts, MA, and her work was selected for the 'WideOpen: Excellence in Photography 2020' traveling show. She has been awarded the 2019-20 Penn State Graduate School Professional Master’s Excellence Award and won second place at the 2019 Penn State Annual Graduate Research Exhibition’s Visual Arts Option. Nagy currently teaches photography at PSU. She is the coordinator of PSU's Zoller Art Gallery and assistant at PSU's downtown Woskob Family Gallery and co-coordinator of the Anderson Endowed Lecture Series, PSU SoVA's visiting artist program.