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Visual Interview: Through the Glass with Suzanne Saroff

By Marili - 2 min read

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Visual Interviews is an ongoing EyeEm series where we get to know artists and photographers through textless Q&A's. In this visual interview, we feature NYC-based photographer and art director Suzanne Saroff.

Fractured, flipped, warped and stretched, different plants and food act as props in Suzanne’s ongoing series Perspective. By imbuing simple still life photographs with a playful sense of surrelaism, Suzanne offers a new perspective on the familiar.

Which photo best describes you?

What is your work about?

If you had to pick just one food to eat the rest of your life, what would it be?

What is something you can’t live without?

What is strength to you?

If you wrote a autobiography, what would be on the book cover?

What do you fear most?

According to you, what is love?

If you could keep just one of your photos and the rest would be destroyed, which would it be?

What’s your message to the world?

This post was created as part of our Visual Interview series. Find Suzanne on Instagram or visit her website to see more of her stunning work.