Su lives in a rural environment, on a working farm, where her studio sits within the runways of a WWII RAF base. Here nature has reclaimed much of the adjoining woodlands & fields. She uses photography as a sketchbook, capturing moments in her surroundings to inspire & utilise in her art.
Her practice is rooted & grounded on an engagement with life cycles & natural form, having sustainability at its heart. She seeks out the often overlooked & unique details, spending time to prepare & press, long before committing to print. Su employs a range of printing techniques, collagraph, solar plate & intaglio monoprint within her work, experimenting with debossing to add depth & detail. Her work forms tangible links, incorporating elements that are meaningful to herself and others, combining this with the unpredictability of printmaking.
In 2022, Su gained a prestigious grant award from Arts Council England to develop her creative practice.