Sue is an audio producer, director, writer, and sound designer, and the owner of SueMedia Productions, a full service audio production company.
For over 20 years Sue has produced award winning audio drama for public radio and audiobooks.
She is an Audie award winning producer of audiobooks, audio drama, radio plays and much more.
Her work has also been honored by The Gabriel’s, The International Festival of New York, The National Federation of Community Broadcasters, and the Communicator Awards.
Sue’s sound clients have also included: USA Networks – SciFi Channel, The New Victory Theater – Broadway, USA Productions, Movies for the Ears, and The Museum of TV and Radio – NYC. Additionally from 1996 – 2007 she served as the Executive Director of the National Audio Theatre Festivals (NATF) – an audio arts training organization. In 2013 she helped NATF create the HEAR Now Festival which annually celebrates all forms of audio fiction.
When she’s not producing and directing, Sue specializes in manual SFX (Foley) effects for audio productions, film, television and the stage. Sue also teaches audio arts and sound production at New York University’s Kanbar Institute for Film and Television at the Tisch School of the Arts.
Sue has been a regular presenter at national audio conferences like the Audio Engineering Society (AES) where she demonstrates sound effects recording and performance techniques.
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