Born in Sofia, Bulgaria, Neda Lozanova moved to New York at an early age. She received a Bachelor of Arts from Hunter College, where she volunteered as a teacher’s assistant to photographer Roy DeCarava. Since graduating she has worked extensively as a teacher and program creator at an array of New York City schools and at The New York Historical Society. Neda works with many mediums and has studied around the world, including an internship with master goldsmiths of the old tradition in Kerala, India. Currently using graphite and charcoal as her mediums, her recent work is greatly influenced by images of microorganisms and microphotography.