Art Director/

Graphic Designer


Suzanne is a Brooklyn-based designer interested in the ways graphic design can provide clarity, spark curiosity and generate wonder. She’s passionate about color, photography, illustration and language. She’s committed to the practice of structuring stories and even the most basic information in a thoughtful aesthetic, with an eye for beauty.

She was influenced by the vibrancy and free spirit of her childhood home in Brazil, with its tropical palette and commitment to pleasure and joy. From her time spent dodging snakes in the Amazon and jumping waves in the Atlantic, she developed a strong connection to nature. She caught a love for architecture and history from her time spent in school in London. And in San Francisco, she studied design at the California College of the Arts, where she learned to shape ideas and speak the language of intentionality.

Hi! I'm Suzanne





For Antonie

de Saint-Exupéry

The Little Prince is the first book that I remember reading on my own. It astonished my seven-year-old self, giving me a lifelong love of reading. It also showed me that cultivating imagination, noticing beauty, and tending to love are just as vital to our survival.

Suze when she was 7 years old
Holding a baby chick in Brasilia.


The work displayed in this portfolio was selected to show a range of design sensibilities. For more recent work, please go to Behance. Suzanne is currently designing non-fiction books aimed at fulfilling needs in people’s lives, such as art activity books for kids, workbooks for teenagers to aid with depression, and meditation guides to help people deepen their spirituality.

Suze's photo journal

“Let the beauty
we love be
what we do

There are
hundreds of ways
to kneel & kiss
the ground.”



Most of the work on this site was photographed by Andrew McCaul, who kindly applied his attention to detail and his craft to each shot.

I’m also eternally grateful for guidance of my trusted editors, savants of written word, and friends, Marisa Polansky and Chelsea H. B. DeLorme.