Sue Daly is an award-winning wildlife film-maker and photographer born in Shropshire.
As an art student in 1988 she took a summer job on Jersey where she reluctantly tried scuba diving (being barely able to swim!) and, much to her surprise, fell in love with the underwater world. She worked for several years as a diving instructor in Jersey before realising that what she really enjoyed most was taking a camera underwater. She has worked for various production companies, including the BBC Natural History Unit, and has also produced, filmed and presented two series of Wild Islands, a natural history series for ITV Channel Islands. Her underwater photographs have featured in many natural history guides and diving publications as well as on stamps in Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney and the UK. In 2008 Sue moved to Sark and turned her photographic eye on the island’s landscape and the wildlife that lives above water. She lives with her partner Andy and has a donkey called Florence.