An Adobe Certified Expert in Lightroom and Photoshop, Suzanne offers group and private classes for photographers seeking to get the best out of their images and to streamline their workflow and digital assett management sytems. She teaches workshops in Landscape Photography for Arizona Highways Photo Workshops and Southwest Perspectives Photography Workshops.
Suzanne is a professional freelance photographer, author and instructor, whose work regularly appears in Arizona Highways Magazine, as well as numerous national publications such as National Geographic, Outdoor Photographer, Digital Photographer and calendars for the Nature Conservancy, and Global Action Team and Smith SouthWestern
Suzanne was born and raised amidst the green rolling hills of the English countryside but is now completely at home surrounded by the arid desert and swirling sandstone of the Southwest. She finds Arizona a land of intense beauty and preposterous contradiction.
Her photographs capture the diversity of waterfalls, snow-capped mountains, autumn leaves and desert sands, from the magnitude of the immense landscape to the smallest, most discreet of details.
The desert can be unforgiving of even the smallest errors, treating the unprepared harshly. But, for the few with passion, those who are willing to begin their trek at the end of the road, the secret world of the Southwest is revealed.
Suzanne loves to challenge the ruggedness of the land, the great distances to be traveled, and intense weather conditions to capture images of Arizona and the Southwest that expose its many treasures and extremes.
Her images reflect her keen sense of curiosity, patience and the ability to see the world and its magic places in new and creative ways.
In an effort to learn as much as I can, I have to remind
"It's important to take bad pictures.
It's the bad ones that have to do with what you've never
They can make you recognize something you hadn't seen in
a way that
will make you recognize it when you see it again."
All the technique in the world does not compensate for the inability to notice
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