Nurturing an interest in anthropology, Lucy is fascinated by what defines us as people and loves to examine why people behave the way that they do. This interest has resulted in visits to many varied events and celebrations across the country, conversing with different sections of society.
Internationally published Dr. Lucy Peel is a post-doctoral researcher and an aspiring film maker. From 2010 – 2012 she has produced over 90 short documentaries on a wide variety of topics and they can all be watched for free from this website.
During the summer of 2012, Lucy completed her first feature length documentary. More information about this film and details of how to purchase it on DVD can be found on the Doc:Comedy website.
You can also hear Lucy talking about Doc:Comedy and her documentary work in general on BBC Radio:
‘Fish’, ‘Passing Time’ and ‘Tumbling’ are the first three narrative films that Lucy has written, produced, directed and edited during the early part of 2013. ‘Fish’ was submitted to Dave’s Comedy Festival Shorts competition, ‘Passing Time’ to the Sundance London short film competition and in association with Seven Five Productions, ‘Tumbling’ was made for the band Muted Fnord.
Lucy continues to make a variety of documentaries and films, aiming to release her first feature film during 2014.
Unless stated otherwise – Lucy Peel photographed, filmed and produced all of the slide shows, short films and articles featured in this blog.
Do you know of an issue or cause that would benefit from coverage and exposure? Do you have or know of an event that would be great to document? If any of the above are relevant to you, then please contact Lucy via – email@example.com