Brittany Brett, of Manhattan, New York is committed to documenting the causes and effects in life: the willed and the involuntary. Whether it be a photograph or painting, her work is embodied with raw and unrestricted emotion. For over a decade, Brett has focused on equine paintings. Through her signature use of oils, love of anatomy and virtuosity she continuously captivates her viewers. 

Brett was born in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. In 2008, she graduated from the The Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in Photography and Painting. Brittany also competed for four consecutive years on the SCAD Intercollegiate Varsity Equestrian Team.  

She is currently  a member of the International Equine Artist Association. Her work has been shown in galleries from Florida, Georgia, Greenwich, New York City and the Hamptons to an International exhibition in France. She was the 2012 Hampton Classic poster artist. Oil paintings have been featured in SCAD equine studies brochures, 'Hamptons Magazine', on two covers of 'Dan's Papers' and as an invitation for The Palm Beach Easter Seals Kentucky Derby Day Party. In 2011 Brittany Brett was commissioned to design the official 'TurtleFest' poster for The Loggerhead Marinelife Center, located in Juno Beach, Florida. She donated the 100 percent of sales from the original art and posters to the Marinelife Center.

Brittany currently resides in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. She is a working artist in the midst of pursuing a broad spectrum of projects. Brett is highly influenced by history and progressive ideas. Her photography concentrates on documenting current events while she advances her painting techniques by creating innovative bodies of work. Each day Brittany Brett is "Enriching humanity with the power of art to create dynamic change"