Tina Barney, one of Americas most renowned art photographers working today, has recorded her world for 25 years -- American east coast old money society. Directed by Jaci Judelson (Undressed), Tina Barney: Social Studies follows the renowned photography as inspiration at home wanes and she sets out to photograph the upper class milieu of Europe. As Barney glides in and out of grand apartments, country chateaux, hunts and parties populated by the eccentric wealthy, she confronts issues of wealth and privilege with shokcking clarity. Challenging and honest, the films deals with the scrutiny and controversy that constantly surrounds Barneys work and her habitual subject matter of the rich. An often amusing, intimate portrait of a woman born into a life of privilege who came to turn her world into art, Tina Barney: Social Studies sets its gaze on a milieu that can appear to be as pleasurable as it is unsettling.