Sue’s career as an English teacher and author has been an ideal opportunity to combine her twin passions for travel and photography. Working alongside local people has been a huge privilege, and an opportunity to delve a little deeper below the surface, to see and record, hopefully, with more clarity.
Sue’s introduction to wild places came when, escaping a boring education conference, she took off for Borneo. The experience of living in a longhouse deep in the jungle was magical and the die was well and truly cast for future exciting trips – Tibet, Libya, Mongolia, the more remote the better!
Sue has received over 60 awards in national and international salons and was a finalist in the Travel Photographer of the Year 2014 and 15, and the National Geographic Traveller Photo Competition 2016. Her work has been in exhibitions in Bristol (Royal West of England Academy), London (Mall Galleries), and Muscat (Photographic Society of Oman).