Susu Hauser is a professional photographer, cinematographer and producer with over a decade experience working for National Geographic, Discovery Channel and The History Channel. Referred to as a "trailblazing" female in the male-dominated docu-reality world, Susu paved a path for herself in the industry with beautiful imagery and poignant storytelling. In 2015, she co-founded The Invisible Lens, a full-service production company specializing in cinematic memoirs, conservation documentaries and promotional videos for nonprofits.
Highlights from her career include a full-length documentary about NASA physicist, George Gloekcler, a conservation documentary about elusive species in Ethiopia's Bale Mountain Park, an environmental documentary called Voices of the Inside Passage which was selected to the Colorado Environmental Film Festival, and a medical web series for Detroit Top Docs.
Though her bread and butter has been filmmaking, her passion will always be photography.