Art director Suzanne Heintz got tired of well-meaning friends and family asking her when she was going to get married and settled down, so like an empowered modern woman she went out and bought a family. With her Ken-doll handsome husband and pigtailed mannequin daughter she experiences all the stereotypical family landmarks. As Heintz states that, "We do all those family things, all the while capturing those Kodak Moments. Because it's not really about the journey, or a genuine human connection, when you're kids are screaming, "are we there yet?" Is it? It's about the picture in front of the sign. 'Get back in the car, we got the picture. Now, let's go eat.'" She realized by not "settling down" in the traditional sense she wouldn't miss the wedding, but she would miss the photo album! It's a fun, quirky, and perhaps slightly creepy set of photographs that does make you stop and think for a minute. 


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