After coming of age as a queer girl in the 90s in small town Australia, Susan attempted to move to Toronto with their girlfriend, but ended up in the UK. With a PhD in Social Psychology, they have lectured at Middlesex university since 2009, and she is now Co-Convenor of the Visual and Arts-Based Methods Group, Vice-President of the International Visual Sociology Association, Editor of Nuart Journal and Co-Editor of Visual Studies.
What does your identity mean to you?
Having attempted to live in other cities, I appreciate that London is a city that allows people to be themselves in relative safety. Whilst my own identity has flourished here, I feel very lucky to exist in this environment, and I know that there are many places in the world where it is increasingly unsafe to express our identities. This is something that we should all remember.