Susan works with many different mediums but the core of her work is site responsive installation where the place, the ambient lighting and the moment in time have a defining influence. She aims to make what is already there more visible, at times capturing what we don’t normally see: light, wind, space and the potency of color. Illusions such as floating and evanescence often occur making links to the magical, the metaphysical and the spirit of a place. She is inspired by the everyday, the basics that are also the fundamentals of life which can reflect surprising aspects of our lives.

Susan studied at Kingston University and the Royal Academy, London, and has won national and international residencies including chaNorth Residency, NY and Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts, Wyoming, USA. Awarded membership to the Royal Society of Sculptors, she has shown her work throughout the UK and abroad. Exhibitions include lakeside installations in Toledo, Spain and Laugarvatn, Iceland and exhibiting with the Stadtmuseum, Germany, the Geumgang Nature Art Biennial, Korea and most recently with ArtlyMix, San Paulo, Brazil. A Londoner from birth, Susan has lived and worked in the town of Kettering, England, for the last 11 years.