Lucy Nicholson is a Senior Staff Photographer at Reuters. She was born in London and is based in Los Angeles. She previously worked as a photographer in Mexico City, Chile, and Northern Ireland.
She has also worked as a reporter, and is experienced in shooting and producing video. Her latest photography, video and text reports can be seen on her blog.
She has photographed sporting events that include seven Olympic Games, eleven NBA Finals, eight NFL Super Bowls, as well as Stanley Cup hockey, World Series baseball, US Open tennis, PanAmerican Games, the World Athletics Championships in Russia and China, and the World Basketball Championships in Japan. She also covers news, feature stories, and multimedia in Los Angeles and beyond. She was featured in an International Olympic Committee Rio 2016 video: One Shot. Photographing the Olympic Games.
Her multimedia video 'Homegirl Cafe' was a 2011 Webby Awards honoree for Documentary: Individual Episode. She was shortlisted for the 2014 and 2015 Agency Photographer of the Year by The Guardian. She has been awarded for her photos in the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards; POYi 70 and POYi 72; the 2016 and 2012 Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar; twice in the MLB Baseball Hall of Fame contest; in the 2005, 2013, 2014, 2015 China International Press Photo contest; the 2013 PDN Annual; the '06 PDN/Nikon Awards, and the 2007 Editor and Publisher's Photos of the Year contest. She contributed a video story to Reuters' multiple award-winning documentary project 'Times of Crisis'.
Her photographs have been exhibited at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, Somerset House in London, the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, and Brooklyn Museum in New York (Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the Present ).
She has lectured at the Annenberg Space for Photography, the Olympic Museum, the Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar, NPPA's Northern Short Course, the Western Canadian News Photographers Association conference, Brooks Institute and USC.
Her younger sister Sophie is a television, radio and print journalist based in Paris.