“Lynn Doran, a native Californian, began her life of adventure and creativity in the 1950’s traveling with her parents whose curiosity led them deep into Mexico, pulling a travel-trailer.

Leaving college with a degree in Fine Arts, Lynn immediately started her own company, “Natty, Inc.” designing and manufacturing women’s specialized ski accessories, as well as more youthfully contemporary tennis and golf attire.

Success allowed Lynn to leave the world of business and start traveling the world, photographically documenting, selectively collecting artifacts and turning her lifelong interest into a major factor in her life.

Travel serves Lynn as a stimulant and her creative themes express themselves through ceramic sculpture, printmaking and photography.” excerpts from her latest photography book OMO which features many of her award winning photos of the tribal cultures in the OMO Valley of Ethiopia. for more info and to see her photos go to www.LynnDoran.com


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