Sue Daly is a wildlife film-maker, camera woman, photographer and writer based on the British Channel Island of Sark. She originally specialised in underwater camera work and her first full length film,'Bouley Bay Watch', won two major international awards and was purchased by National Geographic Channel. In summer 2011 Sue was awarded a Licentiateship distinction from the Royal Photographic Society.
Sue has worked for various production companies including the BBC Natural History Unit and Tiger Aspect on programmes including Natural World, Nature of Britain, Coast, Springwatch, Wild, An Island Parish, The One Show and Nature's Calendar. She's also filmed and produced information pieces for the Marine Conservation Society, St Abb’s Marine Reserve, English Nature and the National Trusts of Jersey and Guernsey. Sue also produces, photographs and presents 'Wild Islands', a natural history series for Channel Television.
Stills by Sue have featured in many natural history books and national magazines including National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, Dive and Diver. Her images have featured on Jersey, Guernsey and Alderney stamps and she has written and illustrated five books on Channel Island wildlife. She has also provided biologicl illustrations for several books on British marine life.
Sue has an extensive library of underwater footage, mostly from the British Isles, and a large collection of topside Channel Island natural history footage on digibeta. She also has an extensive library of stills featuring British wildlife and well as further afield.
Sue writes and illustrates the 'News From Sark' for the official website of the Isle of Sark. Monthly in winter and every fortnight in summer, she details community life, natural history and other events on this fascinating and unique Channel Island. Sue also leads the design and photographic work for Sark Life, a quarterly magazine celebrating all that's great about the island of Sark.
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