Way back in my “e-zine” days, late 90’s, I published the first online photo-gallery of Marilyn Suriani’s work. I had published her book of photography, Dancing Naked in the Material World, for Prometheus Books back in 1992. We became close friends, quickly: I loved how she talked, I loved how she photographed, and I loved how she wanted to teach people to see (and how *to accept*). Meeting and publishing Marilyn were pivotal moments in my life – as an editor and as a person.
In recent years Marilyn has turned from portraits to depictions of nature; water is a particular fascination. I think her work is magnificent.
Brilliant, warm, and with-it.