– 22nd August 2014

Danielle Suzanne

The photographer who starts an internship with ELLE in Toronto next week, also edits Zeum magazine

Having started the week with the beautiful monochromatic photography of Issue Two contributor Phoebe Kiely, it seemed as good a time as any to head over to North America where more delightful imagery awaits.

23 years old Danielle Suzanne has just graduated from the oft lauded Ryerson University in Toronto. Our editor Alec met Robert Ott – the University’s School of Fashion Chair earlier in the year and has since been keeping an eye out for its students. Danielle specialised in Photography Studies and since 2011 has also been running  Zeum since July 2011.

Starting life as a MagCloud / ISSUU magazine, last November it really crossed over into print and now is published biannually with an impressive range of stockists in London, Nottingham, Japan and Danielle’s native Toronto. The ninth issue over all (third in print) is released soon and that experience has clearly influenced Danielle’s photography, which perfectly suits magazine editorial. It’s no surprise that she’s shot for C-Heads, Girls on Film & Material Girl to name but a few.

Her delicately composed images offer the viewer plenty of intrigue away from their focal point and compliment the great styling of each shoot. We’re really interested to see how working with the grand old institution of ELLE – where she starts an internship on Monday – will influence her aesthetic.

For now though, we heartily recommend that you absorb yourself in Danielle’s portfolio as well as our selection which follows the link to her site below.



Caitlyn for  Material Girl

Caitlyn for
Material Girl

Megan Rose for  Olive Zine

Megan Rose for
Olive Zine

Oona for Material Girl

Oona for
Material Girl

Caitlyn for  Material Girl

Caitlyn for
Material Girl

Mallory & Megan  for C-heads

Mallory & Megan
for C-Heads

Cherry Blosson Girl for Girls on Film

Cherry Blosson Girl
for Girls on Film

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