Suzanne Saroff is a photographer and director based in New York. She’s known for creating images that make us view everyday objects in a whole new way. We discovered Suzanne via her project, “Perspective,” which we featured on WePresent. She was inspired when she saw an orange sitting behind a glass of water in her kitchen, and as she walked by, she noticed how it seemed to dance through the glass. In the subsequent project, she took everyday objects like fruit, flowers and fish and shot them through drinking glasses, letting them be abstracted and magnified. Suzanne’s clients include Glossier, Calvin Klein, the New York Times, Wired, Vogue, and many more.
“When I am shooting something that draws me in, nothing else matters.”