Suki deJong started her career in the film industry after graduating from the University of Massachusetts, Boston with a B.A. in art.

She followed up at the Massachusetts College of Art taking advanced documentary film courses. Later she interned at WLVI-TV in Boston doing post-production work on what became an award-winning documentary called, Childcare: Everybody’s Baby directed by Marilyn DeAngelis. She went on to produce The Race to Save Massachusetts Bay, a half hour documentary widely cablecast in the Boston area to stop an outfall pipe from allowing sewage waste to wash onto neighboring beaches. Relocating to Florida, Suki worked as script supervisor for an independent feature in Miami, and recently produced a companion DVD for a musician.

Following the death of her son to GHB, a highly addictive bodybuilding/sports drug, DeJong turned her attention to writing, directing and producing the film All Apologies in an effort to bring awareness to this relatively unknown club-drug. Her efforts won her awards for Best Screenwriting and Best Picture in the Documentary Film category at the prestigious Zaki Gordon Shorts Film Festival in Sedona, AZ, 2007. The Delray Beach Film Festival in Florida 2008 awarded All Apologies an award for Best Documentary, Public Service. The film tells how her son became addicted to GHB through the bodybuilding community while attending Florida State University, how it carried over into the club scene and his eventual death from the addictive substance. DeJong has dedicated herself to helping others by bringing nationwide awareness to GHB, the deadly affects of GHB on the user and its devastating distress to friends and family.

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