Sue's work moves between a series of themes that are connected by a desire to express the tensions and precariousness of human experience. This is reflected in the coastal landscapes of the British isles where natural erosion and human interventions are constantly changing the boundaries of our environment. Domestic settings are also depicted as being in a transient state moving from stable to unstable. Height and depth, balance and fall are frequently selected to feature in her images.
Sue works from her studio in Whitstable. She has studied painting, ceramics and architecture and uses a range of media and abstract and expressionistic approaches. She exhibits in group shows in local galleries and at open house events. She welcomes individual visitors to her studio to view her work on request.