Photographer Lucy Dack sets up first studio in Lime Walk, Long Sutton
A Long Sutton photographer is delighted to have opened a new studio in the town and is looking forward to helping people capture their special memories to keep forever.
Lucy Dack (23) has been passionate about photography since first picking up a camera when she was just 14.
Now with photography qualifications including an A-level, BTEC Level 3 Diploma and a first class honours degree from the University of Westminster, she has opened her own studio at 64 Lime Walk.
“My obsession with photography began when I was about 14 and has continued ever since,” said Lucy.
“When I finished at the Peele Community College, I took a short course with a local photographer, as I just couldn’t wait for my college course to start!
“I love taking all sorts of photos – anything from portraits and head shots, events and maternity shoots to more commercial work.
“Just recently, I’ve been doing a lot of pet photography too, which has been really great as I absolutely love dogs!”
As well as taking bookings for studio sittings Lucy also has a mobile studio which she takes out and about and she also works on location and will travel to people’s homes too.
“I’m a pretty relaxed by nature so people can expect their photography session to be the same, I’m not into full on staging, I mostly just let my subjects be themselves,” she added.
“My style is quite contemporary and natural, although obviously some shots are posed.
“I’m open to all kinds of commissions and I’ve recently had three bookings for weddings, which is something else that I am looking to get into more.
“I opened my studio at the start of the year and it’s great to have a space where people can come and we can meet and chat about their requirements.”
l To find out more about Lucy and her work, visit www.lucydack.co.uk or follow her on Facebook at Lucy Dack Photography.