Lynda Evans is driven by a passion for lifestyle, fashion, photography, styling and design.
A graphic design graduate, Lynda’s talents range from art direction, graphic design, logos and branding to photo shoots, styling, project planning and production management to high-end digital imaging, editing, custom digital printing and colour treating images with the precision of a surgeon.
Having initially honed her craft in Sydney’s advertising industry, Lynda’s high ambitions led her to the publishing world, where she worked for high-brow UK heavy weights such as Harper’s Bazaar, Esquire and Country Living Magazine.
Wanderlust set in and Lynda soon found herself in Copenhagen as studio manager for Danish photography firm Gils Fotografi, where she dazzled clients with her high-end digital imaging skills, seen in her sumptuous array of work with iconic photos of architecture, interiors, fashion, lifestyle, portraits and corporate profiles.
After four fantastic years, Lynda returned to Queensland in 2008 and established Designedly. Boasting an impressive roster of highly esteemed photographers, art directors and stylists from around the world. Lynda’s expanding list of clients include projects with prestigious Scandinavian firms such as BBDO Denmark, DyhrHagen and Style Counsel. Her current role as producer, stylist and retoucher for photographer Toby Scott. And her most recent work designing the website and two delicious coffee table books for the Danish design firm SCKM.
Lynda is also the Creative Director / Founder of Est Magazine, an exclusive international, interactive publication featuring lifestyle, fashion and interior design. A joint venture with Sian MacPherson, Editor-in-Chief.
Lynda is a mega multi-tasker with an inexplicable ability to focus full-throttle on different aspects of diverse projects simultaneously. Lynda operates online from the cosy cottage in her garden in Queensland. When she’s not heading to Brisbane and Melbourne for meetings, Lynda is connecting with clients around the globe – from London, New York and Miami to Copenhagen, the Mediterranean, Darwin and Sydney via Skype, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and email.
The fact that there are only 24 hours a day doesn’t stop Lynda from expressing her sublime approach to style as seen in her own home, which has been featured in Australian Country Style Magazine, the country’s second largest lifestyle magazine, as well as Real Living Magazine.