There are two things I constantly drill into my students:
The Devil is in the Details, and
Being detail-oriented and focused on sustainability, I use these guiding principles when creating for clients. More and more I cannot separate fine art from graphic design, nor either of those from activism. They overlap and feed one another.
Seasoned: trained at Pratt Institute, designing since the advent of computers. A wide range of clients (see list) and experience on projects from multi-page brochures to CD/DVD covers to event collateral to website graphics.
Specializing in: exhibit design, identity, info graphics.
Currently art director of ANS Magazine.
Teaching: adjunct, teaching design courses at CityTech,
a CUNY school; classes include Information Design, Publication Design, and Typography II.
I am committed to social progress and the
environment, and I create art and graphics
with that in mind. I love living and working
in brownstone Brooklyn, teaching, and
being a mom.
Lynn's design work has been used by:
Assn. of Junior Leagues International
Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce
Brooklyn Historical Society
Citizen Exchange Council
City of New York, Department of
The Tribute Center (9/11 Families)
The Trust for Public Land
United Nations, Non-Governmental
World Parkinson Coalition
Abraham & Straus
Federated Department Stores
651, Division of BAM
New York Philharmonic
Columbia Weil Cornell
Maimonides Hospital Center
John Wiley & Sons
Miro Balac, Inc.