I’m Suzie. I’m an artist in the daytime and a revelation at night. I’m part provocateur, part dreamer, as well as the sweetest punk you’ll ever meet. I left London for Berlin after art school, and I’ve flirted with both cities since. Lure me from my studio and you’ll find a head full of dirty blonde ambition with a creative soul – imagine Edie Sedgwick’s rebellious little sister, with a sense of humour drier than a dirty martini. I feel most alive when I’m making things; collage, photography, music, memories, mischief.
Predictable has never been a word used to describe me. In a world full of mediocrity, I prefer experiences that are unique and exceptional. I chase new adventures, and move between worlds with ease: galleries and gig venues, dungeons and suites – introduce me to your passions and I’ll show you mine. Ultimately, I pursue inspiring connections, which begin in public and flourish in private.
I’m a woman that knows how to take what she wants. My body – a captivating geometry of waifish edges and supple, feminine curves – thrills at a new touch. Over the years I’ve learned that we can often be most ourselves in the arms of a stranger. Leave your clothes on the floor amongst the record sleeves. Trace my tattoos with your fingertips.
A Venus flytrap in furs, kinks have always enticed me more than straight edges. My lovers tend to have a penchant for deviance, or even just a mind full of illicit secrets. What sides of yourself are you hiding? Go on, gimme a peek. I like my cabaret non-stop.
Let me show you the things in life that you can’t find. Let’s lose ourselves and discover one another. There’s a whole world waiting in the city after midnight.
Want to get to know me but not quite ready to take the plunge and meet me? Have a look at my photos and have a read of my blog posts, and if you’re musically inclined you might be interested in my thoughts on some of my favourite records, starting with Black Sabbath’s Paranoid.
“Some girls never settle downSome girls have houses in townI hope you don’t think I’m a freakBut I always have to fall in love once a week…Some girls love a broken heartSome girls love culture and artI hope you don’t think I’m a freakBut I always have to fall in love once a week”
– Girls at our Best! (Pleasure, 1981)