Susie Kozawa, a sound artist, composer and performer, works mostly with sound collages and site-specific installations, in which the gathering of sounds is a primary activity. She explores different acoustic spaces using musical instruments she makes out of found objects, kelp, modified toys and human voice. She creates live sound design for dance and theater productions. She was a founding member of Aono Jikken Ensemble and has been a Foley type sound artist to Guy Madden's "live spectacle performance" of his silent film Brand Upon The Brain! that performed in Seattle, Portland, Sao Paulo and Winnipeg. Recently she designed the sound score with Esther Sugai for Serge Gregory's film "When Herons Dream". Most recently she had been featured in the artist portrait documentary "Degrees of Inspiration" along with Britta Johnson and Lori Goldston by filmmaker Gabriel Miller. She also creates sound collages from field recordings of found sounds. She is a member of the Seattle Phonographers Union. She has permanent public art installations with visual artist Erin Shie Palmer for the new Wing Luke Asian Museum in Seattle.