Lucy is an experienced multimedia journalist and filmmaker whose work centres on migration, conflict and climate.
After graduating from the University of Bristol with a first-class honours degree in History – writing a dissertation on the Rwandan genocide – she studied media law, shorthand and reporting with the NCTJ and worked as a senior reporter and acting editor of a press agency, covering breaking news, crime and courts for the national press in London.
She has reported from the frontline of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, filmed in the ancient city of Petra, Jordan, and taken the Trans-Siberian Railway across three countries.
Her film work encompasses directing, editing and producing videos for magazines and clients including Canon. She has directed, shot, stitched and edited VR films for DHL, Xbox and Vodafone and writes and edits for NGOs including Save the Children UK.
Growing up between cultures has led to an interest in exploring identity and she's working on her first narrative non-fiction book exploring the generational legacy of forced migration, inspired in part by her family history.