Lynne McEwan has been a professional photographer for 30 years, working mainly for regional and national newspapers and winning numerous awards.

She graduated in Applied Photography from Glasgow College of Building and Printing as Kodak Student of the Year and with a scientific award for her images of the internal structure of gemstones.

Lynne spent several years in Wales, as Chief Photographer with Wales on Sunday, covering a wide range of stories including the fall of the Berlin Wall and the first Gulf War before working for The Mirror, Sunday Mirror, The People and The Times Travel Section.

However, she began her diverse career at Glasgow's Hunterian Museum photographing previously uncatalogued material from Captain Cook’s First Voyage, sparking a lifelong interest in history and archaeology and early photographic processes.


Lynne is currently based in the historic city of Lincoln, photographing people and places for individuals, organisations and businesses. She is a Visiting Tutor at Bishop Grosseteste University and runs photography workshops for all ages.