Susan Surasky is a graphic artist and owner of Larkspur Design. She has held positions at Eastman Kodak Company, Xerox Corporation, Visual InSeitz, Association Montessori International, and Fisher Yates Communications as a graphic designer and administrator. In that capacity, she has designed presentations for sales meetings, internal staff presentations, and conferences. She has also designed presentations that introduced and unveiled the latest products for both Kodak and Xerox to company employees at simultaneous presentations nationwide. In 2007, Susan founded Larkspur Design.
Susan works closely with a variety of experts in the fields of writing, computer technology, and printing production in order to bring you a full-service product.
Susan is a painter, photographer and illustrator as well. Her oils have won awards and hang in a number of private collections. Her photographs have been collected and published in two books, Ireland and On Safari in New York, and her illustrations have graced the pages of 101 Ways to Be Happy.
Susan contributes to many charities, among them Habitat for Humanity, where she was a member of the Family Selection Board. She has founded a group which distributes warm clothing to Rochester’s homeless. She also contributes to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.