Samantha Sutcliffe (b.1990) is an artist and teacher born in the suburbs of New Jersey and based in NYC. She is interested in complex topics that are close to home. Her documentary work focuses on subjects from all walks of life who feel isolated or rejected from society. Her portraits are raw, rooted in tradition and printed on silver gelatin paper in the darkroom. Her book projects have been part of the Phoenix Art Museum, catalogued online by Self Publish Be Happy and distributed internationally at the NY, London and Tokyo Art Book Fairs. Recent work has been on display in New York City at The International Center of Photography, The Royal Academy of Art, 77 Ludlow and SF Projects. Assignment work has appeared most recently in Polyester Zine, Broccoli Magazine, LA Weekly, The Believer, The Portland Mercury, Subbacultcha and Phile Magazine. She is currently teaching at The Bushwick Community Darkroom and working on a book project about life in the suburbs based on her experience of growing up in a dysfunctional family afflicted by mental illness.
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