"An architectural photographer's most important tool is not the camera or lens; rather it is the skillful ability to interpret architecture."

Sue believes that creating a successful interpretive architectural photograph requires understanding the relationship between the design for the architecture and the design of the photograph. Great architectural photographs are created not from technical expertise but from the photographer's interpretive abilities and vision.

Sue has earned a reputation for her work with interior designers, architects, property development and high-end real estate properties and retail furniture stores where the work involves styling for the shoot as well as the photographic expertise.