Lucy Cobos graduated from the New England School of Photography as a “high honors” recipient. Shortly after graduating , she was hired to help establish the first photography department at the NBC affiliate station in Boston. For 10 years she created imagery for billboards, media publications, exhibits and animation. She has been recognized by the industry with awards for her photography in broadcast design.
She went on to open her own studio where she continued her photo work for another 25 yrs. Her portraits of jazz musicians for Berklee College of Music have been heralded by their board as an “iconic” body of work for the college. They have been published worldwide in all the major jazz publications, exhibited in a solo show and still continue to be displayed throughout the Berklee campus. She considers this a highlight from her Boston career.
After 35 yrs. as a commercial photographer, Lucy is now exploring other art mediums, often using her photography as reference material. Her art work is now on display at Pink Dog Gallery in Asheville, NC where she spends her time painting and hiking with her husband and dog, Lolita.