Lynn began performing professionally at the age of nine in Manhattan. She is a singer songwriter, visual artist, and actor. She studied at Walnut Hill School Of The Performing Arts and continued her training through college and graduate school. Her classical training prepared her to become the versatile contemporary artist she is today. A BMI songwriter and member of RISA Rhode Island songwriter's association, Screen Actors Guild, AFTRA, and Actor’s Equity, her thirty years of credits speak to the breadth and depth of her abilities. She is a host, an advocate, and a project based leader who enjoys empowering other people including women and children and other artists globally.
Selected Performance venues include: Carnegie Hall (NYC), Boston Symphony Hall (MA), Centennial Hall (AZ), The Performing Arts Center at Purchase College (NY), Curtain Call (CT), Club Passim (MA), The Burren (MA), The Comic Strip NY, Manhattan Theater Club (NYC), Merrill Auditorium (ME), Portsmouth Music Hall (NH) Ridgefield Theater Barn (CT), Tres Gatos (MA), Soulfest (NH), Wildgoose Festival (NC), and Westchester Broadway Theater (NY).
Performance credits include: Vanessa Williams, Michael McDonald, Ossie Davis, Keith Lockhart and The Boston Pops, Hamilton's Leslie Odom, Jr, American Idol's John Stevens, Rob Mathes, Paul Baloche, and Tim Janis.
Lynn’s new EP of original music is called Sunflower. It is available now on Bandcamp. In 2019 she also released two new singles, Beautiful Kindness and Fine Line. Her recent album, Among The Stars is also available now on Bandcamp.
Recording credits include: Vanessa Williams’ Star Bright, Rob Mathes’ William the Angel, Christmas is Coming, Evening Train and Wheelbarrow, Trinity Church Live, Holidaytime Soap Opera Christmas, numerous projects for Maranatha!, Steve Green’s The First Noel, numerous projects with Tim Janis, and Carriage House Studios.
PBS featured Lynn as a special guest artist on two nationally broadcasted programs: “Beautiful America” with George Clooney and “An American Christmas Carol” with James Earl Jones.
Independent radio has interviewed and featured her music on: WICN.ORG Folk Radio and WUML.ORG.
Boston Voyager Magazine interviewed her for their Thought-Provoker's Series and Boston Artists June 2018.
She has been featured numerous times by Ruby Rd style blog for her music and art, including their special section “Women Who Inspire Us.”
As a visual artist, her paintings have been featured in galleries and art shows including: Newton Open Studios, Newton Festival Of The Arts, Salon RS, The Gallery at First Baptist Church Newton Centre “From Under the Snow Exhibit” and “Spring, Coming Soon,” and The New Art Center. Her artwork and lyrics were published in “My Fanzine Coming Soon no.7,” a collaboration with other artists, poets, and musicians curated by artist Frederic Sanchez.
Lynn has worked in television and film for many years. National on-camera commercials, voice overs and jingles for household names include: Amtrak, Colgate, Dora The Explorer, Duncan Hines, Microsoft, Nickelodeon, SpongeBob SquarePants, and Toyota. National print advertisements include: CD-ROM Magazine, Honeycomb, and Stove Top Stuffing.
IMDb credits include: Are We There Yet? Central Intelligence, Confessions of A Shopaholic, Gossip Girl, Lipstick Jungle, Old Dogs, 27 Dresses, Sex and The City, The Beaver, and What Happens in Vegas.
Her music can be found on Bandcamp, iTunes, CD Baby, Amazon Music, Spotify, Pandora, and iHeart Radio.