With a strong interest in built spaces and environments, Sue makes work in response to architecture through drawing. Inspired by the character of architecture, she is intrigued by its impact on the space and those who experience it.
Academic study developed ideas on the duality of drawing through reception and expression. With this approach, Sue examines drawing in response to architecture to seek out hidden, forgotten, or reimagined aspects. Handling material as a means of enquiry, she explores and communicates her intuitive responses through the sensory, tactile action of drawing.
Increasingly in her work, drawing is about making connections and conversations; not only in the making of the work, connecting research and experiences of drawing and architecture, but also in the conversations that emerge from sharing her work and passion for drawing.