Lynn Goldsmith

In a career spanning over thirty years as a multi-award winning portraitist noted for her personal approach to photography, Lynn Goldsmith's subjects have been everything from rock stars, authors, directors, jazz greats, and even sports celebrities. Her work has been featured in such publications as Life, Newsweek, Time, Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated, People, Elle, Interview, and US. Eight of her own photographic books have been published. Although she is famous for her photography, she is also well known for her talent in film, as she was the youngest member ever to be inducted into the Director's Guild of America. She was the director of Joshua Television as well as the first rock show to go on network television, ABC's In Concert. In the early 1980's Lynn did something completely different, becoming the first optic-music artist to sign with Island Records under the name Will Powers. Lynn Goldsmith is considered a self-taught artist with multi-dimensional talents.