Sue began her career working as a researcher for BBC Wales Sport before moving to London as a producer in BBC Sport and Events. Over the next fourteen years, Sue worked across the whole of BBC Sport's output – including FA Cup finals, Football World Cups, Wimbledon, Six Nations Rugby, Grand Nationals, World and European Athletics Championships, three Olympic and two Commonwealth Games. Sue was shortlisted three times for an RTS Sport award and won the IOC Golden rings and Golden Podium Awards for sequences produced during the Barcelona and Sydney Olympic Games.
After leaving the BBC to raise three children, Sue began a freelance career working on BBC Sport and Channel Four programmes. She worked as a producer for major independent sports production companies including Sunset and Vine and IMG. Sue was part of the host broadcast teams for the 2012 London Olympics and the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Originally from Mold, Sue now lives near Abergavenny.