Having trained as a print journalist, Lucy’s filmmaking career began in documentary. Her notable directing credits include WATCH ME DISAPPEAR (C4, 2008), DISPATCHES: SECRET NHS DIARIES (C4, 2010) and THE GREAT BRITISH GARDEN WATCH (BBC, 2015.) In 2015 also Lucy made the short film LIFE IN FILM (2015), supported by the BFI National Film Archive's ‘Luminous’ campaign. Her 2017 feature debut, KINGDOM OF US (Pulse/Raw Cut/BFI), earned Lucy a BAFTA nomination for Outstanding Debut. Produced by Julia Nottingham and acquired worldwide by Netflix, the film documents the journey of an extraordinary family struck by tragedy and how they find their way forward in the world. The film won the Grierson Documentary Award at the London Film Festival, and was nominated for Best Documentary at the BIFAs and the MIND Media Awards. Lucy’s branded work includes campaigns for breast cancer charity Future Dreams and Time to Change, and 2019’s THIS IS PARENTHOOD, a documentary series for Water Wipes, chosen as Campaign’s ‘Pick of the Week.’ Lucy is now developing two original feature projects with Julia Nottingham’s Dorothy Street Pictures. She was announced as a BAFTA Breakthrough Brit in 2018.