Lucy photographs rural life, currently focusing on her project 'Of Life and Land' exploring and documenting the richness of every day life in her home village of Ampleforth, on the edge of the North York Moors. Lucy feels incredible beauty in the ordinary daily goings on of the community she inhabits; treasuring its people, their connections with her, with each other, and with the landscape that holds them. We possess an indefinable spirit of community and rootedness to place, which is so precious.

Seeking light and shadow, people and goings on, Lucy records small, often unseen moments to portray fragments of rural stories. Using prime lenses and natural light, she produces signed, limited edition, black and white archive prints on pure cotton fine art paper.

Lucy has exhibited regionally and nationally, including at the Mall Galleries as a finalist in the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year Award in 2015 and 2016; at the Prince's Foundation as Winner of Craft Photographer of the Year in 2015.

In 2015 she was selected for the second round of the National Portrait Gallery Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize and in 2017 she her image 'Coconut slice' was Highly Commended at the Bowes Museum 'Only in the North' photography competition alongside the Tony Ray Jones and Martin Parr exhibition.

Lucy's work - held in private collections across the UK, Europe and USA - is available to purchase via the photographs pages. Lucy is also represented by Watermark Gallery.

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