bio

Over a period of 30 years Susan Stitt ACS has worked her way up through the international film and commercial industries, working on feature films, and shooting prestigious campaigns, whilst pursuing her love of food, emotional imagery, and light and colour. Having spent eight years studying an Art History major (University of Sydney), coupled with 30 years technical Experience in the motion picture industry,

In 2014 she was awarded her letters from the ACS, for excellence in the field of cinematography as the 7th Woman in Australia. She has won Gold, Bronze and Silver for projects at the ACS awards in 2016-2022. In 2022 she won GOLD for both Art, Innovation and Specialised Photography for her work "The Exchange" and for Best Short Film "The Saturday Night Dress". 

She also has an art work in The National Portrait Gallery in Canberra Australia on permanent display called "Warwick Thornton 2019" from her work as Stills Photographer on his documentary "The Beach" which screened globally.

She now lives between Tarana in NSW, and New York and works globally. 

For her entire adult life, Susan has specialised in the intricacies of lighting and the possibilities of Colour. The depth of her practical and academic visual arts training can be seen in her remarkable body of work. Visuals that are almost exclusively created in-camera. 

“When your life has been completely directed towards the study of art and the instance in image, well, it is truly to be blessed” - SS

clients: Arnott's, Glenmorangie, Sanitarium, Remi Martin, Mercedes, Honda, Nescafe, Lexus, Mandarin Oriental, Rexona, Ford USA, Aqua Minerale Russia, Sephora, Hungry Jacks, Macdonalds, Toro, Qantas, Farmers, GFJ Gardner, Toyota, Holden, Chrysler, VW, Hyundai, Subaru, Danone, Target, Red Rooster, Pizza Hut

Representation

USA - Artistry.net - Gregg Dallesandro  - + 1 (310) 652 8778

Plaza Films - Peter Masterton - +61 (417) 257735

Direct:

Aust - +61 (401) 666643 - currently on Aust no.
USA - +1 (917) 251 3655 

email - susanstittacs@gmail.com