21st June 2019 • News
Lucy Hunter announced as 125th anniversary documentary photographer
We’re proud to announce Lucy Hunter as the documentary photographer chosen to capture Tower Bridge as we celebrate its 125th anniversary. Lucy will capture Tower Bridge’s festivities throughout 2019, including the anniversary weekend on the 29 and 30 June, Bascule Chamber concerts and Tower Bridge Talks. Lucy will also be documenting the day-to-day life on the Bridge and the people who work at the Bridge in 2019.
Lucy’s time at the Bridge will culminate in an exhibition of work in spring 2020.
About Lucy Hunter
Born in London, Lucy’s photographic practice focuses on social engagement in her local community. A former probation officer, Lucy strives for social connection in her work, with an aim to share the stories of these interactions to a wider audience.
Lucy is currently studying an MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the University of Westminster. She now lives in Liverpool and is currently producing a new body of work on the community around her. Lucy continues to work between Liverpool and London as well as undertaking commissions across the country.
Visit Lucy Hunter’s website for more information and examples of her work.