Living and working overseas for over two decades brought Lynn into contact with a variety of people and social situations.  She relished the cultural differences encountered in each of the countries that she called home. Settling in was not just a matter of figuring out local logistics, but more importantly, immersing herself in the history and artistic heritage of the country.
     After graduating with a BFA in Photography from Pratt Institute, New York, Lynn moved to Australia.  She was drawn to Australia’s vast inland desert landscape, which was the subject of her first one-person exhibition, Horizons (1981), at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne.
     In 1983, Lynn moved to the United Kingdom.  While teaching photography at several art schools, Lynn published four books, Furniture Fictions (1989), 1:1 (1993), Corporation House (1996), and Interior Light (1997).  She participated in many solo and group exhibitions including Viewfindings: Women Photographers: Landscape and Environment (1994) and the ground-breaking Inside the Visible (1996).  While living in England, Lynn received an MA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths’ College, London.
     Lynn returned to the United States in 1999.  Since then, Lynn received a Fulbright Scholarship in 2010 to teach and photograph in the Czech Republic.  Exhibitions include Outlook-Insight: Windows in the Arts, at the Museum Sinclair-Haus in Bad Homberg, Germany (2018) and Works in Black and White at the Klompching Gallery Brooklyn, New York (2019).  
     Working with video is a recent development in Lynn’s practice.  Exploring the space between still and moving imagery, has created an opportunity to harness light as a way of forging connections between people, places, and objects. An earlier iteration of Memory Foam was shown in the Baldwin Photographic Gallery (2020), Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro and Stand4 Gallery (2021), Brooklyn, New York. In 2022, the full-length version of Memory Foam premiered at Goya Contemporary, Baltimore.

Lynn's work is represented by Goya Contemporary, Baltimore, and Klompching Gallery, New York.