September 2016: Susan joined the team at Radio Open Source, a weekly program on WBUR Boston public radio, as in-house illustrator. She contributes weekly illustrations to the ROS social media accounts and newsletter. https://twitter.com/radioopensource

Subscribe to the Radio Open Source newsletter here: https://tinyletter.com/osletter

Susan got to have a tete-a-tete with Zadie Smith after drawing her during her interview for Swing Time. Live drawings here: http://radioopensource.org/swingin-zadie-smith/

Radio Open Source's episode on Anohni -- http://radioopensource.org/the-great-derangement/ -- was featured on NPR's Facebook page with Susan's illustration. 

July 2016: Susan's work was featured in Lenny Letter, the feminist newsletter run by Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner:


The Lenny drawing also appeared on Lena Dunham's Instagram account:


May 2016: Susan analyzed what people's dog's breed really say about them for The Toast.



Susan's work was featured in the book Bad Drawings by Bad Women (Tiger Bee Press 2016). Other contributors include Hallie Bateman, Kristina Lee, Nicole Maloof, and Katie Skelly. Charlotte Shane, writer of Prostitute Laundry, curated the book, whose content is just as irreverent as it sounds.


SVA: MFA Illustration as Visual Essay Thesis Show. April 30 - May 19th, 2016. SVA Chelsea Gallery. 601 W. 26th St. 

    Included work from thesis book, "A Brief History of Man and Dog." Excerpts from the book can be viewed at http://www.coyneworks.com/illustration/#/dogs/

January 12 - February 21st, 2016. The Interchurch Center, West 120th St., New York.

     FACE NEW YORK. http://facenewyork.com/

October 4 - November 1st, 2015. The Bowery Mission.

     FACE NEW YORK. http://facenewyork.com/

     One of eighteen artists who interviewed and drew residents of the Bowery Mission in order to bring visibility to men struggling with homelessness in New York City. 

February 6 - 28th, 2016. SVA Gramercy Gallery.

     "The Crying Child" exhibition, curated by Viktor Koen.

February 5 - 20th, 2011. School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

    Post-Baccalaureate Mid-Year Exhibition. 


May - August 2015. The Uni Project. http://www.theuniproject.org/

     Artist-in-residence for DRAW NYC, a new initiative within the Uni Project, which brings portable arts-and-crafts centers and libraries to underserved neighborhoods throughout New York City. 



SVA Alumni Scholarship Award. 2016.

     Awarded the MFA: Illustration of Visual Essay award for, "A Brief History of Man and Dog." 

Wall of Clash: Converse Mural Awards Winner. 2014. 

     Along with classmates at the Camberwell College of Arts, Marja de Sanctis, Jordana Globerman, and Christine Harrison, teamed up to cover a building in Southwark, London, with a mural over the course of two days, winning the Mini-Clash Award.

     Wall of Clash in the press: http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/19432/1/mini-wall-clash

     and https://vimeo.com/100027044


    FACE NEW YORK in the press: http://untappedcities.com/2015/10/20/the-bowery-mission-asks-us-to-face-new-york-with-portraits-of-the-homeless/