For the first time in many years, I’m exhibiting some personal work – the medium format series ‘SPAIN ON FILM’. Captured on a Yashica Twin Lens Reflex, the series depicts the various streets, characters, landscapes and light I encountered on a two week road trip across the country last year.

The exhibition runs from March 4th – April 8th. The gallery hours are as follows:
Monday–Thursday 9am–5pm
Friday 9am–5pm
Saturday 10am–3pm

The Light Gallery at the Centre for Creative Photography
138 Richmond Road, Marleston SA

Special thanks to my friends at Thirds Fine Art Printing, Mike Lim and Aaron Blake for their invaluable help in putting this show together.


“Lucy has focussed her deliberate gaze to isolate views of Spain and its environs… No. 11 with the crucifix and clouds which shroud the mountain, only to draw back in No. 20 to reveal the full splendorous scene – details which punctuate this exhibition regularly throughout; the church spire rising behind the wall in Alhambra in Seville in No. 3; the man reading his newspaper in the light in No. 6; the isolated light playing over the floor on the room in No 16; a fabulous exercise in physical dynamism as seen in a public space with No. 15…

This type of exhibition rewards the scrutiny of the viewer which the medium format camera records with impunity. The prints are lustrous and maintain the integrity of the medium of film which to this day is still superior to the digital file.

Lucy, I’ve seen you grow from afar since you left the CCP in 2008 and Adelaide for Melbourne in 2009… you’ve got eyes. You are always honing your vision and changing the dynamic of how you photograph, yet with this exhibition you have reminded us and yourself where you have come from. The pacing of the show is wonderful and it flows gracefully around this gallery. 

Congratulations, it’s my pleasure to be a part of this latest offering from you.” – From the opening speech from Gavin Blake, founder of the Centre for Creative Photography.



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Best of 2014 (and the first bit of 2015)

The last year (plus a few months) has been quite an adventure.

I turned 30 (boom). As part of the duo She Takes Pictures He Makes Films (alongside my filmmaker partner Alastair Innes), I photographed 35 weddings in Portugal, Thailand, Indonesia, New Zealand and around Australia; was named one of nine finalists in the Capture Magazine ‘Australia’s Top Emerging Photographers’ for my wedding work; produced a medium format film series of street photographs entitled ‘Spain on Film’ (currently being exhibited at The CCP in Adelaide); worked with a handful of excellent musicians to produce promotional stills; photographed fascinating individuals for editorial profiles in the wonderful Dumbo Feather Magazine; had my work grace the cover of Issue #7 of Hello May Magazine, and was invited to become a ‘Master’ in the Ted’s Camera’s ambassador program.

Here’s a small sample of my favourite frames from recent times.



Erica - These pictures so makes me want to fly you to Sweden again and get married again and again! They’re all SO gorgeous!

Tahnee - Just simply breathtaking, Lucy! Such an impressive list of achievements. And so, so deserving. You are simply amazing!

Dan Reynolds - Wow I love them ALL! Amazing work!

Sal - LUCE! You are amazing…love all your best of gorgeous thing. Hope you & Al are well!! Lots of love Sal XX

Shae + Mitch // Festival Wedding in the Bush // She Takes Pictures He Makes Films

Shae + Mitch are the ultimate power couple – professional sportspeople, co-founders of their activewear label Once Upon a Run, and clear mega-soul-mates. Their joyous love for each other and the life they’re creating together is palpable, and truly inspiring for everyone they meet.

Their festival wedding was as gorgeous as they come. Planned and styled by Sooti Event + Styling and held on New Year’s Eve on Mitch’s family’s property in rural Victoria, the party lasted well into the morning, seeing in the new year in the best way possible. The newlyweds then camped with their friends and family in the very grass Mitch played in as a kid. Alastair and I were honoured to be invited along to the party as She Takes Pictures He Makes Films, and are thrilled to share their story with you now.

Massive congratulations to you, gorgeous Shae + Mitch. x

Full credits at the bottom of the post.

**UPDATED** – Alastair’s film is live! Featuring an all-Australian soundtrack from Young Vincent and Dan White, plus a title illustration from artist Caro Facelli.

…and that’s how it’s done.

Wedding Planning, Styling and Design: SOOTI EVENT STYLING + DESIGN
Bridesmaids Dresses: BRUUG (Custom design from bridesmaid Tash Butler)
Makeup: Hayley Rosa from ASHTON ROSA CREATIVE
Suits: MJ BALE
Florist: BADLANDS & CO
Invitations: IVY INVITE 
Music: NUSSY
Cake + Desserts: SWEET DAKITA



Jesse Hisco - I’m actually lost for words! What an incredible experience for everyone involved and you smashed it! So many incredible frames in there!

Sara Gallo - My god, these are spectacular.

Paul McGinty - Beautifully captured Lucy, great work!

Lauren J Marshal - AMAZING WORK LUCE!!! You’re amazing!! xx

Anna Taylor - And that IS how it’s done. Another fab wedding, beautifully captured Lucy.