Lucy Oehr recently completed clinical training in neuropsychology and is currently undertaking a PhD in the same area. When not studying brain scans, Lucy can be found making clothes, fixing up old furniture and cooking. She hopes to one day revolutionise psychotherapy for people with acquired brain injuries.
Running has always been a big part of Lucy’s life. Her dad signed her up to his running group at the age of ten, and she’s been pounding the pavement ever since. Lucy joined AM:PM.RC in 2017, having heard about the crew through friends. She was struck by how welcoming everyone was and the positive mentality of the group. AM:PM.RC offers all the regular benefits of running (staying sane, grounded, having time to think) with the with the added bonus of connecting with like-minded people. Recently, it gave Lucy the opportunity to run through the city dressed up as a ghost on Halloween—certainly not your regular running crew!
Photo by Annie Portelli