Lacy Golden Davis is a fine art photographer. She lives on a family farm situated in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in Ross County, Ohio which lies on the northern border of what is considered Appalachia. Her work explores her own identity as an Appalachian woman and reflects a distinct sense of place. She is inspired by her experiences, deep connection with nature, and relationship with her mother and maternal grandmother. Lacy's work was included in the Women of Appalachia Project's fine art exhibition in its sixth and tenth years. She has exhibited her work across Ohio, including at the Southern Ohio Museum, Pump House Center for the Arts, and Foothills Art Festival.