Sarah Seene is a French 25 years-old-girl, fascinated by the power of image.
"I've been a director of fiction and experimental short films for a few years and I'm a polaroid addict. My world is a strange atmosphere between poetry and anxiety. I color my polaroids of childhood, dream and fear, in the idea of suspended time with worlds which I made by modifying the reality."
"I prepare my polaroids a lot. During one hour or two, I set up costumes, sets and make-up which are going to give sense to the central characters of the polaroid. It is the contrast between the direction and the speed of the development that interests me and, of course, the magic grain of the Polaroid. My models, most of the time feminine, are the ones that I love, my Mom and my friends. I like inventing stories, universes, characters that inspire me. When the polaroid is ended, I like stressing its surrealist dimension by working again it with a double-exposure manipulation or by adding some nail polish above which gives a plastic art effect."