Journalist and broadcaster, Lynn's career spans newspapers, radio and television.
She covered Social Affairs as a BBC correspondent and was Editor newsgathering for the South West before moving on to direct and produce ground-breaking documentary series for BBC 1+2, including Anatomy of a Crime which won the International Grierson award for best documentary series and three Royal Television Society awards, It’s Not Easy being Green, Silverville and When Romeo met Juliet.
Lynn is a voting member of BAFTA, and a trustee of Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival and Wildscreen. She chaired the Wildscreen Festival in 2016 and 2018.
She is also chair of the Circomedia Board.
She divides her time as Assistant Vice-Chancellor, Creative and Cultural Industries Engagement for UWE, Bristol, shaping strategic policy and external partnerships with industry and as an executive producer.