Stephanie Snider's work takes the form of drawings, paintings, and sculpture dealing with pattern, place, and psyche through the lens of fictional architecture, landscape, and design. She received her MFA from the Yale School of Art, and her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. She has also studied Indian miniature painting independently in Jaipur, India since 2014. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Berlin Prize/Emerging Artist Prize in cooperation with the American Academy in Berlin, and has been a fellow at MacDowell, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and Art Omi. Her work has been shown widely, including multiple exhibitions in New York and Germany. She recently worked on the original art for the Netflix-produced series, Transatlantic, making work inspired by Surrealists such as Max Ernst, André Breton, and Hans Bellmer, including a new version of the Jeu de Marseille tarot that Surrealist refugees created in 1940, as well as work on the title sequence design for the show. She lives and works between Brooklyn and the Hudson Valley.