About Sue Henry

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 Jennifer Dickson of Studio 218, the late Gene Boaz of Gene Boaz Studios, and has attended photography classes at the Paducah School of Art.  Her  most recent photography learning experience has been with the talented photographer and instructor,  Alison Hahn. 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 life time membership with the club.  Upon  moving to the Nashville, TN area in 2010 she immediately became affiliated with the Brentwood Photography Club.  Sue currently is serving as volunteer blogmaster for the Brentwood Photography Club.  You may visit the club’s blog by clicking HERE.

Henry’s work is featured at Tennessee Artisan Market (located in the magnificent Renaissance Center, Dickson TN),  BeBe’s Artisan Market, LLC  – Paducah, KY, Laurel Leaf Gallery – Leiper’s Fork, TN, and Country Pastimes – Carthage IL.

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


Sue Henry’s work is now available to view and purchase on SmugMug!

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And, Sue Henry’s latest book for purchase. Preview and purchase information available by clicking the box below.

Blessings for the Whole Day

a collection of ph…
By Sue Henry

7 Responses to About Sue Henry

  1. Anita Bower says:

    Your comment on my Dahlia photo Included the following: “I always enjoy reading your EXIF data and would love to know more about how you shoot these wonderful images.”

    I know what you mean about exif data–I appreciate that information when viewing the images of others as it helps me learn.

    I would be happy to share with you whatever I know about photography. I’m thinking of how we might go about this. The easiest for me would be to answer questions you pose. What do you think? Do you have any other ideas?

    I am largely self taught, having taken a few photo classes. I, too, am now retired and enjoying the opportunity to pursue photography.

    Anita 🙂

  2. Sue

    I found your blog from your posts on one of the forums, and I just love your photography and artistic eye. I’ve added a link to your blog from mine and would love to have you write something as a contributing author for me if you would be interested.

    Keep up the great work.


  3. suehenryphotography says:

    Thank you so much, Nigel, for both the visit and the comment. I’m looking forward to visiting YOUR blog as well.

  4. Se'Lah says:

    I enjoy your site. The photos are captivating. Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog today (as well).

  5. oscarstavern says:

    You’re a musician? Me too! What do you play?

  6. Barrie says:

    Hi Sue – I just found your blog through Shutter Sisters and subscribed. Your photos are beautiful and I’m looking forward to seeing more!

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