Photographer Suzanne Heintz has the perfect American family- a husband who’s a snazzy dresser and so fit people tell him he should model clothes, yet actually listens to Suzanne when she complains about how long it took her to get her nails done; a daughter who doesn’t scream or throw fits, who is also a snazzy dresser and goes wherever Suzanne tells her to go because she’s mounted on a stand.
And then there’s Suzanne, the woman behind this great American family- a self professed spinster who got tired of getting grief about her lack of a husband and child, so she went and bought herself one of each and has the photos to prove it, part of a series called Life Once Removed.
Now traveling is a breeze, and much cheaper because she only pays one fare, although packing up her family can be a bit of a pain.
Why'd she create the perfect plastic family? Head over to Beautiful/Decay to find out more!