A creative designer who has worked within the field of interiors, including: styling, developing furniture collections, sourcing and fitting out many residential properties for both private clients and developers alike. From this love of interiors and with a nod to a fashion/textiles degree, foundation course, & qualifications in art & design. Lucy wanted to 'get back' to her artistic roots and began to take photographs! Loving the medium of black and white photography, nature and the ever changing landscape. To Lucy, the beauty of a photograph is that you capture a fleeting moment in time, the light changes, the seasons, darkness falls and that precise second is gone, forever. Hence the love of an image captured. Evoking a time, a place and a sense of recording, 'but a grain of sand', an image in time. This is both a fascination and a love. With the year that we have all had! Nature and trees feature strongly, representing mindfullness, getting outside, our affinity with the landscape and elements. The images too, represent an 'outdoor gallery', one that we all have access to and are able to snap, take comfort in, when living in this unprecedented time. Lucy likes to use the camera as a paint brush, playing with low and high resolution, pixels, sizings - so elements within the image merge. This suggests a painting, rather than a perfect photographic image. Thank you for looking through an element of Lucy's portfolio today.