Stephanie N. Bryan is a landscape historian, printmaker, and photographer from Atlanta, GA. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Arts and Art History from Oglethorpe University (2004) and a Masters of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Georgia’s College of Environment and Design (2011). Her passion lies in the realm of cultural landscapes and historic landscape management. In Spring 2012, she was awarded the Damaris Horan Prize in Garden History by the Royal Oak Foundation. This fellowship enabled her to conduct extensive research on Mount Stewart gardens through primary documents and to work closely with the National Trust of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. In spring 2013, the Georgia Trust for Historic preservation awarded Stephanie with the J. Neel Reid Prize, which enabled her to study suburban villas throughout Italy.  Stephanie spends much of her free time creating drypoint prints of  gardens and photographing landscapes.