A little about Lucy Sky

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My name is Lucy Sky and  I am a current contributing feature interviewer, writer, and photographer with Aesthetic Magazine, The Spill Magazine, and The Rock Source. I previously actively contributed to The Scene Magazine and Tour Bus Entertainment and my first contributions  were to Music Vice and This is Vinyl House.

I have gained a great deal of experience in other aspects of photography, diversifying my skills, expanding my horizons, and becoming a multi-hire. I am well versed in residential, commercial, personal, business, and event photography. I have worked with individuals, companies, and businesses on photography projects and have had continuous positive response. My largest project was with a local home building company, wherein I aided in the production and manufacturing of an interactive interface that allows either existing customers to change the items currently in their homes and see what it will look like when/if they do, or aid new homeowners in completing the desired design of their dream home. The interface allows them to choose everything from the faucets, lighting fixtures, and railings, to the hardwood, paint, and grout colors.

I’m well trained in the Adobe Suite, as well as other non-adobe programs that are essential to the journalism industry, which I spent three years mastering before becoming an alumnus of the Print and Broadcast Journalism program at Humber College in Toronto. I specialize in feature interviews, feature writing, reporting, photography, reviewing, design, and storytelling. Moreover, I pick up on new programs and projects swiftly and smoothly and am a exceptionally creative person.

meI’m passionate about journalism, writing, live for the atmosphere of live music and have an undying appetite for it that leaves me forever asking questions that I know the world wants to know the answers to.

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