Lucy Bright started out at Mute Records working with artists such as Nick Cave and Depeche Mode, she then moved to Warner Classics for six years before leaving to manage composer Michael Nyman. She joined the film and TV department of publisher Music Sales (Wise Music) in 2008 and worked there for a decade. In 2020 she launched her own music publishing company, Bright Notion Music, signing the composers Adam Wiltzie, Alex Baranowski, Alex Heffes, Anne Nikitin, Herdis Stefansdottir, Jed Kurzel, Kira Kira, Rob Simonsen and Tamar-kali Brown.
Lucy has music supervised some of the most critically-acclaimed British films of recent years including The Unloved, Slow West, Assassin’s Creed, Marjorie Prime and The Nest. Her work in television is equally renowned including Southcliffe, McMafia, Little Birds and Shane Meadows’s This is England ‘90, The Virtues and The Gallow's Pole. Most recently she has worked on the Amazon TV series Dead Ringers, BBC One's Life After Life directed by John Crowley and the film Tar starring Cate Blanchett.