These photographs are some of my personal favorite pieces from the beginning of my digital adventure to the present. I love still life images, though my greatest body of work is photographing people. This probably comes from the hours I spent as a child with my nose planted in the pages of National Geographic magazines looking at the photos of colorful people walking through their daily lives and expressing their momentary bursts of emotions. From that experience I developed my style which has been dubbed by others as painting like, street journalistic, or as “cowboy photography” because I “shoot from the hip!”
Sue Biggs recently retired from public music teaching.
She continues to compose, teach privately, and perform.
Over the past seven years, Sue has been exploring the art of photography. She placed her first public piece in the Small Shots exhibit in 2008. Through the encouragement and mentoring of many, including Roy Shapely, Joe Kashi, and Bill Heath, Sue’s work has progressed; her photos have been accepted into distinguished group shows and several statewide juried photographic exhibitions including Rarified Light and the Alaskan Juried Art Show.
In 2012, she had a solo show, “Reflections.” Sue will have her second photography show, “The Art of Personalities,” in June, 2015, at the Kenai Fine Arts Center. She is a member of the Peninsula Art Guild, the Kenai Peninsula Photographers Guild, and the Alaska Photographic Center.
She lives with her talented husband, Jack, and her cat, Guy.