While Lottie Davies' work takes inspiration from Old Masters such as Constable and Delaroche, her primary focus is stories; personal histories and identity, while also referencing popular culture, such as cinema and television. 


Her large photographic images, in the format of a widescreen cinema (16:9), are designed to prompt the viewer into expecting a story hidden in the scene presented to them. The way in which we view the Old Masters, described by the artist as 'looking habits', is not a result of an understanding of art history in her eyes but rather a reflection of our everyday "visual consumption".