Sue is a long time weaver who especially enjoys exploring the interaction of color and structure in handwoven textiles. She came to weaving through spinning and natural dyeing, and learned to weave from Betty Oldenburg in western New Jersey. Initially expanding her learning through weaving guild workshops, Sue later received the Handweavers Guild of America's Certificate of Excellence Level I in technical skills in 2014. She and her husband have lived in a variety of places in the Northeast, but are now settled in Shelburne with their new puppy, Rowan. In addition to weaving, Sue enjoys gardening and playing pickleball.