Suzanne Zoe Joskow is a curator, artist and producer, living and working in Los Angeles, California. She has a BA in American Studies from Yale University, where she also studied Education at the Yale Child Study Center. She has an MFA in Fine Art from Otis College of Art and Design.
For eight years, Joskow served as Director of Development for Oscar-winning filmmaker Stephen Gaghan. In this role, she ran Gaghan's production company and helped develop his numerous TV, film, and commercial projects. She has also produced music videos for Warner Bros. records.
In her artwork and curatorial practice, Joskow focuses on the interplay between physical space and social history. She often creates site-specific immersive installations that investigate the neighborhood and community where a piece is installed. Joskow’s work has appeared throughout the US, including at Yale University, The Bolsky Gallery, Art Share, and as part of the LA Road Concerts.