Lynn Walters-Fraze began working as an account executive with Marsteller, an ad agency in downtown Chicago one week after graduating from Miami University with a B.S. in Marketing.
Subsequently she spent five years trading on the floor of the Chicago Board Options Exchange, before spending more than 3 decades as a free-lance commercial photographer/videographer.
Then in 2010 came the fulfillment of two childhood dreams – taking a photographic safari to Africa and relocating to rural northern Michigan. She now focuses exclusively on her passion for wildlife photography and protecting the Great Lakes.
Photographic proceeds support the Little Traverse Conservancy and the “Oil and Water Don’t Mix” campaign to shut down the Line 5 Pipeline beneath the Straits of Mackinac.