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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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Ian Overton Hi Lucy, I have just seen your Spain on Film exhibition and it is fantastic. I love the images and the presentation. Well done!!!

Capture Magazine – Australia’s Top Emerging Photographers, 2014


I feel truly honoured to have been named as one of nine finalists in Capture Magazine‘s prestigious ‘Australia’s Top Emerging Photographers’ awards for 2014 in the Wedding category. Blown away – particularly by being in the company of such talented peers from around the country.

In a few short years, I’ve seen my work and business grow and flourish in ways I could have never imagined. Thank you to all of my wonderful clients, friends and family for making this exciting career possible.

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Erica MacInnes Yay for you and all the magic you create!

She Takes Pictures He Makes Films featured in Hello May Magazine


The sweet new issue of Hello May Magazine is out now, packed with a tonne of inspiring content for the non-bridal bride (and non groom-y groom!), including a double page feature on She Takes Pictures He Makes Films (aka Alastair Innes and myself).

You should totally grab a copy and frame this part of it.


admin Hi Oscar, thanks! I do own a tilt shift, but almost never use it, and haven’t yet experimented with the Brenizer Method, but I do shoot a lot of my work wide open at 1.4.

Oscar Hey, nice work! very inspiring. Especially like the The Bon Scotts black and white portraits! Just wondering, with some of your photos I can’t tell if you used a Tilt-shift lens, the “Brenizer Method” or just a super wide lens to get the super shallow depth of field? Love to know!