With over a decade of experience covering stories from the world of surfing, Lucy has had major features published across most print and online surf publications, including the cover of the iconic masthead Tracks in a cover shot that was both the first time a longboarder had been featured on the cover and the first time two women (surfer and photographer) had teamed up for the cover in the magazine's 50 year history. Lucy has always been committed to sharing stories of those routinely pushed to the margins.
Lucy was a co-finalist in the 2022 Walkley Mid-Year Journalism 'Women's Leadership in Media' award and a co-finalist the Australian Surfing Awards 'Greater Good Award in 2022. Lucy has appeared in countless mainstream media publications for her advocacy, including gaining the cover of the Sydney Morning Herald for calling out the organisers of a Sydney surf contest for unequal prize money, appearing in an issue of Marie Claire magazine alongside the likes of Julia Gillard and Chanel Contos for her impact as a changemaker.
Lucy has appeared across major TV news outlets including The Project, Studio Ten Breakfast, the Today Show and frequent appearances on ABC News. Lucy starred in the documentary Below Surface that explores the challenges female athletes face and her campaign for change as well as co-writing, co-directing and producing the award winning surf film Yama that follows Lucy to Ghana to meet with a pioneering group of female surfers and skateboarders. She has appeared in Google's yearly wrap up of viral moments and continues to work with the media to uncover instances of gender discrimination in sport and push for change. Further coverage of her campaign Equal Pay for Equal Play can be found here.
Below are some samples of Lucy's published works and coverage.