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– Photographer


At this Storytelling Evening Sue welcomed us into her personal Rock’n’Roll world through her photographs and her story. She showcased her current work meant to surprise and challenge the viewer to see the subject of Rock’n’Roll in a new way, presenting glimpses of moments that evoke the essence of rock on a universal level. Born in 1954, the year of the birth of Rock’n’Roll, Sue grew up with the high energy live rock music of her hometown Detroit. Its powerful energy and emotion took hold and became a part of her art and her life. From the early days of punk rock to the underground rock scenes today, Sue has created a body of photographic work that captures the very essence of rock – raw, wild and fun. Her work is acclaimed by prestigious curators and has been exhibited in the US, Europe and Japan, notably at the Rencontres d’Arles photography festival in 2010. Sue studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, the American Center for Students and Artists in Paris and the University of Michigan School of Art. She is often invited to lecture on photography at institutions such as Paris’ IESA Institut d’Etudes Supérieures d’Art and the CELSA Sorbonne. Check out her amazing portfolio here