Long before video content became King, there was Sue Teller, an 84-year old DJ/Maker I created that became a viral sensation.

YouTube videos alone were viewed 7 million times. Sue was interviewed by AARP. She received invitations to perform from Ellen, BET, Tonight Show, and several Hollywood influencer events flooded in, despite being a figment of my imagination. And videos were featured on DIRECTV’s The Fizz and at the HappyHour Short Film Festival.

Over 8 years later, she is still being discovered, remixed, and promoted through sites like Buzzfeed.

(Writer / Creative Director)

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 Long before video content became King, there was Sue Teller, an 84-year old DJ/Maker I created that became a viral sensation.  YouTube videos alone were viewed 7 million times. Sue was interviewed by AARP. She received invitations to perform from Ellen, BET, Tonight Show, and several Hollywood influencer events flooded in, despite being a figment of my imagination. And videos were featured on DIRECTV’s The Fizz and at the HappyHour Short Film Festival.  Over 8 years later, she is still being discovered, remixed, and promoted through sites like Buzzfeed.  (Writer / Creative Director)
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Long before video content became King, there was Sue Teller, an 84-year old DJ/Maker I created that became a viral sensation.

YouTube videos alone were viewed 7 million times. Sue was interviewed by AARP. She received invitations to perform from Ellen, BET, Tonight Show, and several Hollywood influencer events flooded in, despite being a figment of my imagination. And videos were featured on DIRECTV’s The Fizz and at the HappyHour Short Film Festival.

Over 8 years later, she is still being discovered, remixed, and promoted through sites like Buzzfeed.

(Writer / Creative Director)

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