Belinda Lawley is a documentary arts photographer currently based in London. In addition to working on commissions for many prestigious clients, she works on long-term, artistic projects. Her imagery is marked by an interest in globalisation, technology, cities and culture.
 
Some of the themes and motifs explored in her photographic series’ include an investigation into logos and landscapes, the use of CCTV, consumerism in Shanghai, and modern India. Her latest project is a series of collages, which bring together many different images into large scale pictures.  
 
Her photography has appeared in numerous publications - such as The Sunday Times, The Guardian, Time Out and The Economist. Her international work is syndicated by Panos. Clients include the Southbank Centre, BBC, Greater London Authority, NYCGB, Sadler's Wells, Rambert and Laban. 
 
She was a winner of the Impact Award, 2003-4 and has exhibited at Sadler's Wells (April 2005), Focus on Imaging, (March 2004), Ian Parry Exhibition, (July 2003) and LCC Exhibition, (June 2003) and Candco (2006). In 2014, she had a joint exhibition with Dan Bridge - So Near, So Far, at the Koukan Gallery, London.