When Susan Burnstine was 4 years old, she began experiencing night terrors. To deal with these overwhelming nocturnal visions, Burnstine would, with her mother's prompting, re-create her dreams through drawing, painting, and sculpting. At age 33, when her mother, Natalie, suddenly died and the night terrors returned, Burnstine began documenting her dreams again — this time through photography. Initially a private way for Burnstine to cope, these dreamscapes turned into a full-time profession after the art world began gushing at her... More >>>