Suzanne is a contemporary still life and landscape artist living and working on the North Coast of Cornwall. Suzanne began her creative career working in Film, Editorial and Advertising photography in London which has had a distinct influence on her style and sensibilities as an artist. She arranges her still lives, just as a food stylist and photographer would arrange them for a shoot. Selecting a background, and props. Bringing objects together until they feel and look right to her. Starting with small story board sketches to create the layout of the scene before setting up the still life. Suzannes work has been described as a homage to the domestic, and a love letter to the everyday, revelling in the shapes, tones and textures of the ordinary and overlooked objects. Her work considers the stories of such objects, seeking to tell of their past and present, their uses and how they were made. When discussing her work Suzanne references a quote by French novelist Marcel Proust: “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes." Suzanne’s work invites the viewer to join her on that voyage, to consider the humble bowl of peas.