Amy Lynn is a Toronto native; she relocated to Los Angeles 10 years ago for her modeling career and a love for a healthy West Coast lifestyle. After spending years behind the lens, it was a natural progression for Amy to position herself on the opposite side. Fascinated with art and the creation of things; she transitioned from modeling and followed her heart into the world of art & design. 

Amy graduated from UCLA's Design Communication Art Program; and remains current with continuing education at UCLA. Her design experience ranges from branding and corporate identity from concept to completion (including logo design, collateral pieces and website design) to promotional, social media and print advertising, design for apparel, typographic art, editorial, design for greeting cards, digital art and photography. 

Influenced by contemporary art, photography, sculptures, fashion, and fluidity to nature, graffiti, art, grunge, typography, ballet, music, Massimo Vignelli and Marian Bantjes.

With years of ballet and jazz dance training and a professional modeling career of 16 years and attending an Arts High School - she has been drawn to the arts as well as a healthy, holistic lifestyle. Inspired by and fascinated with the study of body mechanics; she completed a 500 hour yoga teacher training (500 YTH, The White Lotus Foundation) in 2011, The Equinox Pilates Mat Certification and The National Academy of Sports Medicine Personal Training Certification. 




Keep it simple.

Creating something new, yet timeless is my mission. I give nods to more classic shapes and colors, however I always apply certain contrasting elements to everything I touch. Above all, my work is about simplicity.

My work is emotional, intentional, simplistic and functional. Creating is my passion. My work enables me to be spontaneous and childlike; my outlet. 

“Design is one. If you can design one thing, you can design anything.”

— Massimo Vignelli




UCLA “It’s Your Show” Recognition for Outstanding Work  (Annual exhibition of UCLA Extension’s student work from the areas of design, fine art and photography 2016): The Vagina Monologues, Massimo Vignelli & The Jar

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