Sarah Lucy Brown is a staff photographer for media group Archant Suffolk and works for The East Anglian Daily Times and The Ipswich Evening Star newspapers, as well as shooting features, food and interiors for The Suffolk Magazine.
She studied photography at Central St Martins,in London, after completing a degree in Psychology and Art History in Cambridge. She is a founding member of the photo collective 24photography;a project created by 24 photographers who are documenting the first 24 hours of each New Year, for 24 years. The group started in 2004 and has exhibited in diverse locations across London, including the fountains at Trafalgar Square, SS Robin in Docklands and Greenwich Park.
Sarah is never without her camera and loves the excitement of travelling and experiencing new cultures.
In 2004, Sarah was shortlisted for the Times/Tabasco Young Photographer of the Year and placed in the top 25 of the Travel Photographer of the Year competition in the street life category. In 2006, her work was selected for the BPPA Portraits Collection. In 2011 she was highly commended in the London Photographic Association’s Still Life5 Exhibition and also won the Nikon photo of the month award for her portrayal of troops returning home to Colchester's Merville Barracks. She was given an honourable mention in the The Worldwide Photography Gala Awards and was also selected for the Press Photographers Year 2011 and Foto8 Summer Show.