Suzanne's feature film Guardians has so far taken home awards at Genreblast Film Festival, Swindon Independent Film Festival and Ramsgate Film Festival, as well as being selected for Golden Eye Film Festival, an event which celebrates the work of camera people across the globe.
The feature production follows the success of Suzanne and Director Mark A.C. Brown's previous collaboration on short film Corinthian, which has been screened at over 50 film festivals worldwide, garnering a number of awards including Best Picture at the Indieburgh Film Festival and an Award of Commendation at the Canada Shorts Festival.
Other recent project include Karen, captured on Alexa Mini with Cooke anamorphic lenses,
35mm short film Why is the Spotlight on Me?, an artistic reflection on the humanitarian crisis in Syria, promo with Indi Rock band Useless Cities, for their newly released single
A Little Too Obtuse, and comedy horror short film Kit and Libby Go Boo, which was recently screened at Shorts on Tap film festival and won runner up at the Fresh Faced Film Festival.
Suzanne is a member of the Guild of British Camera Technicians and a Friend of the Association of Camera Operators.
Recently Suzanne completed Screenskills Coronavirus Basic Awareness on Production Training endorsed by First Option Safety Consultants