Lucy Stevens is a sound and visual artist inspired by bird behaviour; in particular bird vocalisation, identification and conservation. She records birdsong in order to identify birds and visualise their songs via printmaking techniques and graphic illustration. Her work has been exhibited locally, as well as France and Sweden as part of artist residencies and commissions. In 2014 she was funded by Arts Council England to collaborate with musicians to create a vinyl EP, record sleeve and lyric book inspired by birdsong. In 2013 she recorded birdsong in Sweden and interpreted the sounds through monoprint, to be exhibited at Nottingham Trent University. Her involvement in a citizen science project with Cornell Lab of Ornithology, to explore why pigeons exist in a variety of colour morphs, resulted in the creation of two digital illustrations – both receiving award nominations.