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Sue was told at an early age by her older brothers that making-movies was only for boys. Relegated to the “lighting” or “extras” department, Sue dreamed of creating stories of her own. The dream became reality when her brothers “forgot” to include her name in the credits of these monumental pictures. In the face of serious sibling punishment, Sue began experimenting with her brother's camera when backs were turned. A filmmaker was born.

Sue has learned a lot since then.
Golden rule#1: When faced with roadblocks, go around them and do what you want anyway.
Golden Rule #2: When in doubt – Haiku.

Name looks good in lights
Sue is a Director now
Punishment worth it

Sue’s feature film Gory Gory Hallelujah, currently in worldwide release, won Best Fantasy Feature at Shockerfest and was awarded a special Juror Prize by Gus Van Sant as the Bravest Film of the Bend Film Festival. Circus of Infinity won Best in Show at the Accolades awards and Best Short in the Nell Shipman Women in Film awards. In 2008 Sue’s work for VISA won her a National ADDY AWARD. Sue is in development on two different feature projects and a TV Pilot.