Based in South West London Sue is a self taught family and portrait photographer who also creates contemporary fine art and still life images that hanker back to the days of dark and shadow using natural light to create atmosphere and depth. Her images conjure allegorical themes within our times – telling stories and feelings about today. She was a Finalist and a Commended artist in the IGPOTY 2020 for her Still Life representations; received an Honourable mention in the Amateur Fine Art Category by Monochrome International Photography Awards 2020 and an Honourable Mention in the Fine Art Chromatic Colour Awards 2020.
Influenced by classic Still Life artists such as Rachel & Anna Ruysch, Clara Peeters, Ambrosius Bosschaert, Maria van Oosterwijck and William van Aelst Sue’s personal portfolio relates to the beauty of flowers as they wilt and morph into something quite different from their original full bloom, capturing the rich detail of the curves and lines created.
She continues ongoing training at the Putney School of Art & Design. She is a Licentiate member of the RPS, an Access member of the Association of Photographers as well as an active member of The London Independent Photographers Group, Shutterhub and She Clicks.