Welcome to SuzeMuse. This is my sandbox, my playing field, my musinator. It’s where I share what goes on in this wacky brain of mine, sort out ideas, and talk to you. Talk back, ok?
Ok, but who are you, really, Suze?
I’m Susan Murphy. Most people call me Suze. I’ve been working in media and communications for 30 years (I started when I was 5 years old ; ). I produced television shows for a number of years and even got an award for one of my shows. Over the years I’ve produced many shows on a variety of topics – music, arts, multicultural, documentaries, reality TV and yes, even politics!
These days, I’m partner and digital storyteller at Jester, where I help people find compelling ways to connect with their audience through video, web design, social media, and training.
I also work part time at Algonquin College as a professor in the Professional Writing program.
I’ve been around the social media world for a while – I guess you could call me an old timer. I started this blog in 2006 and have participated in social media actively since 2007. You can check me out on Twitter and Facebook too.
Other stuff I like to do? Be a pet mom to a dog and three cats, and travel and make movies with my extremely patient husband.
If you want to find out what other people have to say about me, check out my LinkedIN recommendations.
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