Spencer Susser began his career in filmmaking at 16 when he purchased a Super 8 camera. Before graduating from high school he began working on film sets in Los Angeles and making Super 8 movies.
By the time he was 22, he had firmly established himself as an
accomplished film editor, working with directors such as Mark Romanek, Roman Coppola, Peter Care and David LaChapelle. He has since made a name for himself as an award-winning director of commercials and music videos.
In 2000, Spencer traveled to Australia to document the making of the
Star Wars prequel Attack of the Clones and it was here that he forged
his relationship with the Australian film community. He now divides
his time between Los Angeles and Sydney.
Susser's most resent film "I Love Sarah Jane", will have it's US premiere in January at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival in Utah and it's European premiere at the Cermont-Ferrand International Film Festival in France.
Spencer is currently developing two feature films.