When Lynh was 5 years old, she told herself she was going to be a doctor. Throughout the majority of her life, her parents told her she was going to be a doctor. And throughout elementary, junior high, and high school, her teachers told her she was going to be a doctor. But she always had this budding desire to create and tell stories using Magic Markers, No. 2 pencils, and those little 12-pack watercolor tins. That desire never went away. After a season of wrestling with the Lord (and her parents) and after completing her first year of college, Lynh changed her major from Pre-Med: Biology to Graphic Design. Not sure of where to go from there, she set out on a path to figure out what the tangible actuality of this calling would look like in her life. Opportunity after opportunity began to pop up allowing her to develop her novice skills in Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign and allowing her to establish herself as a designer. Visual storytelling became her passion, her occupation, and her mission.

Now a 20-something-year-old, Lynh is a soon-to-be graduate, a communication designer, a wannabe food blogger, a college football fanatic, a self-proclaimed photographer, a weaksauce rock climber, a facial hair enthusiast, a go-bilizer, and the Weird Siblings Hipster in Residence who loves Jesus, people, and telling their stories using her camera, Wacom Tablet, and MacBook.

Influences: Amy Carmichael, Hudson Taylor, C.S. Lewis, A.W. Tozer, John Piper, Andy Crouch, John Acuff, Joshua Blankenship, Scott Belsky

Twitter: @lynhylynh

Currently Reading: Making Ideas Happen by Scott Belsky and The Micro-Script Rules by Bill Schley

Currently Listening: Babel by Mumford & Sons and Battle Born by The Killers

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