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A retired music educator and professional musician, Sue Henry has been studying and practicing photography for a number of years. She has received instruction in photography from well-known and talented Western Kentucky artists and has attended photography classes at the Paducah School of Art.

Henry additionally has  continued her education by constantly surrounding herself with photography books, examples of works of others, attending photography workshops and seminars with nationally recognized photographers, as well as taking advantage of a multitude of on-line learning opportunities.

Founder of the Paducah Photography Club, Sue Henry was awarded a lifetime membership with the club.  Upon  moving to the Nashville, TN area in 2010 she immediately became an active member of the Brentwood Photography Group.  Henry was awarded the Brentwood Photography Group “Sam Caldwell Volunteer of the Year” award in 2011 and is currently serving as a board member and blog-master for the group.

Henry also holds memberships in th3 Society of Nashville Artistic Photographers (SNAP) and is a founding member of f/4 Studio.

Her work collected Internationally by private collectors, Sue Henry’s photographs have been exhibited widely throughout the United States. She has received awards from LithaMoon Gallery, Greensboro GA; A Smith Gallery, Johnson City TX; Knoxville Photo, Knoxville TN; Nature Undisturbed, Serenbe GA; Photographer’s Forum; and Proofs ‘09, Murray KY.  Having images featured in several print publications, she is additionally a respected photography teacher and workshop presenter.

Henry resides in Nolensville TN where she enjoys all the Greater Nashville area has to offer...and her three grandchildren.

Sue Henry retains exclusive rights to all photographs on this site. Under the U.S. Copyright Laws, photographs may not to be downloaded or reproduced without prior consent of the photographer. Like something enough to want to use it? Ask permission first.

You may contact Sue Henry by email: sue_henry (at) comcast.net