“Fox is a clever photographer who clearly knows what she is doing.” -Anne McNeil, Insight Magazine, Brighton, UK
Lynne Fox’s artistic vision demonstrates integrity and truth by telling stories of people through a photographic lens.  Her capacity to capture powerful emotion and intense feeling, and convert them into a framework of evocative images, signifies a level of ability usually garnered only to master’s of this art form.
Lynne studied editorial photography at the University of Brighton, UK, where she learned from many reputable British photographers, including Mark Power, Paul Rees, and Dennis Duran.  
In her graduating year she presented a sensitive and timely exhibition on the survivors and bereaved of the Hillsborough Disaster. This final exhibition, aptly named ‘Hillsborough: The Unaccepted Truth’, won her publication in The Observer Magazine, Insight Magazine, and also led to commissions for The Guardian Newspaper and Arena Magazine.
Lynne’s work has been published in Today’s Parent, Today’s Bride, CA Magazine, Food In Canada, The Observer Newspaper, and in the exhibition catalogue for the John Kobal Portrait Award. She also worked as primary photographer for the published book ‘A Woman’s Place’ (Brighton, 1999).
Exhibitions of her photographs have shown at Pheonix Art Gallery, Brighton, UK, Komedia, Brighton, UK, The National Portrait Gallery, London, UK, Orrell Arts Centre, Liverpool, UK and Akasha Art Projects in Toronto.
Lynne currently resides in Toronto, Ontario working as co-director of 2 Birds Media and a freelance photographer.
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