Casey Suchan began her career producing documentaries on the history of Hip Hop for Quincy D. Jones’ III’s QD3 Entertainment, including the seminal documentary on the history of break dancing, The Freshest Kids (2002); the platinum selling Tupac Shakur documentary, Thug Angel (2002); and the critically acclaimed Beef (2003) and Beef II (2004), exploring the evolution of MC battles from verbal one-upmanship to street warfare.

IN 2006 Casey co-directed and produced the documentary Rock the Bells, a behind-the-scenes look at how a young concert promoter beat the odds to reunite the Wu-Tang Clan for their final performance with O.D.B. The film premiered at The Tribeca Film Festival and was picked up for distribution by Warner Brothers.

Recently Casey directed The Animal People — a feature documentary for Executive Producer Joaquin Phoenix about a precedent setting case brought against the activist organization “Stop Huntington Animal Cruelty USA”, and in 2020 finished work as lead director on Make/SHIFT — a branded documentary sponsored by WP (WordPress) Engine about marketing in the digital age.