As a photojournalist, Sue-Lyn’s work has taken her to Hong Kong, Cambodia and throughout Europe, eventually leading her back to WA and down to Margaret River where, like so many of us, she has fallen in love with the community and the region’s picturesque landscapes. An interest in exploring different societies has seen Sue-Lyn go off-road solo through the outback of Western Australia to produce the photo-essay “Women of the West: Rural Women of Western Australia,” and cling on to the back of a dirt bike through isolated jungle villages and trek across burning landfill in Cambodia as a newswriter and exhibitor. She is also an arts grant recipient for the body of work titled “In Transition: China’s Hong Kong”, which focuses on the impact of the former colony’s return to communist China.
She photographed and co-authored Chefs of the Margaret River Region, which showcases the beauty of the region through exquisite photographs. In Surfing Down South she conveys a characterful account of local surfing history in combination with bygone imagery. Read our interview with Sue-Lyn.