Susannah is an independent filmmaker and writer. She received a Harvard Film Study Center Fellowship and a media grant from the Jerome Foundation for her work-in-progress Haunted by the Light, an experimental 16mm ﬁlm studying children’s fantasy writer Susan Cooper. She also co-directed Elwood Snock & the Land of Lo-Fi, an experimental documentary feature exploring the life of outsider folk musician Michael Hurley. Susannah has taught video production courses with Robb Moss, Alfred Guzzetti and Gina Kim in Harvard University’s department of Visual and Environmental Studies, after receiving her A.B. there in 2004. She is currently pursuing an M.A. at Cambridge University.