About Lynn Clayton (APSNZ; AFIAP)

Lynn is predominantly a freelance photographer who recently decided to dabble in travel writing.

Lynn grew up in Central Otago and has spent almost half of her life in Auckland. Fortunate to travel regularly, she has observed her surroundings largely through the viewfinder.

Lynn is a past President of The Photographic Society of New Zealand an organisation that welcomes visiting photographers to attend their meetings and events. 

In 2005 Lynn was part of the group  called Tibet in the Eyes of 100 Photographers. The China Photographic Association took 100 photographers from around the world for 10 days to the Tibet Autonomous Region. Lynn was the only New Zealander.

Books by Lynn Clayton
  • Sam's Day in the City
  • Amy's Day in the Country

*Words by Jillian Moses. Photos by Lynn Clayton

 Ti kouka, the New Zealand cabbage tree, at Lake Hawea, Southern Lakes District.  Roy Sinclair

Contact Lynn Clayton

Lynn Clayton's Travel Stories