Lucy is a photographer living in rural North Yorkshire, exploring and documenting the richness of every day rural lives. Her work aims to bring alive the beauty of ordinary, often unseen moments; to capture the textures, shapes and stories of real life. Walking with her Canon 5D, prime lenses and using natural light, taking a photograph is Lucy’s instinctive reaction to the beauty she encounters. Her work seeks a sense of connection with the narratives of rural landscapes and lives.
2015 Second round (final 150), National Portrait Gallery Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize
2015 Winner, Heritage Craft Association Craft Photographer of the Year (exhibited at The Prince’s Foundation, London)
2015 & 2016 Finalist, Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year (exhibited The Mall Galleries, London).
Lucy has worked with The Great North Art Show, Forestry Commission, Art for Youth, Rural Arts (Thirsk), Helmsley Arts Centre, Watermark Gallery, Saltaire Inspired, Pannett Art Gallery, Saltbox Gallery, Kunsthuis Gallery. Her work is held in private collections.
Lucy undertakes commissions in both colour and black and white: previous clients include Rural Arts, Roost Coffee, Lesley Seeger, Sue Gough.
Limited edition, black and white, archive prints and canvases are priced from £50.
Current methods of working: private commission, public commission, community work, ACE funded projects, collaboration