About Lynda Lorraine

by Lynda Lorraine


“I’m an Artist, Fashion Designer, Photographer and Activist who is on a mission to promote diversity and equality, preserve environments and species, and boost awareness of sustainability issues caused by the damaging effects of human activity.”

I studied fashion at Central Saint Martins in London, UK and freelanced as a women’s fashion designer and trend forecaster for many years before coming full circle back to the world of art, where my creative journey originally began as a child drawing and photographing the world around me. Freelancing in fashion naturally led me into web design, visual communication and copywriting.
I feel at home drawing, painting and recording life around me, wherever I find myself. During my fashion years, I drew on my heritage as inspiration, creating silhouettes for the catwalk which combined Eastern simplicity, Western extravagance and a punk aesthetic. And have written academic papers about the beauty of the negative space we occupy in our daily lives. I continued my love for life drawing and photography throughout. I now meld my life experiences and subjects explored throughout my career with the the traditional arts of painting and drawing with writing, film making and photography.
As a Londoner, I feel privileged to be in a position where I work with global citizens and creatives from a wide breadth of backgrounds and cultures on a daily basis. Above all I am passionate about diversity, inclusivity, equality, conservation and sustainability and seek out individuals and organisations who share these passions to work with.


HOMEMy family is from the United Kingdom and the Philippines. Midlanders in England who came to London during the industrial revolution in the 19th century for work and Kapampangans in the Philippines that have explored the globe in search of work and economic improvement in the 20th and 21st centuries.
GLOBAL CITIZENWhile I am of English and Filipino descent, I feel passionately that I am also a European and Global Citizen. I am on a mission to positively promote the people and culture of the Philippines and other underrepresented people of the South East Asia region and the world.
CONSERVATIONI raise money for habitat and wildlife conservation, a subject I feel very strongly about because I believe that without a healthy home, we all suffer.
TRAVEL – My husband and I both share a passion for travel and discovery. Exploring and educating ourselves about the life, food and art of the worlds cultures when the time and budget allows.
EDIBLESWe also grow our own edible plants on our London allotment. We have fruit trees, herbs, vegetables, edible flowers and everything in between. In our urban home, it gets us outside more, in nature, creative in the kitchen and it has helped teach us to treasure the Earth further and to learn about soil regeneration, the imporatnce of polinators and more.
COCKTAILSI have a penchant for a luxury cocktail bar and a strong classic cocktail to match. I took my love for cocktails to another level when I trained in international cocktail bartending. I am now a rusty, but qualified bartender.
ATHLETEI start my days with movement, doing everything I can to cultivate the love I have of strength training, practicing yoga, pilates, dance and long distance running.
TECHNICAL – I work with the Royal College of Art management team having led the communications and space planning strategy for Technical Services. Currently working closely with the School of Communication, I am helping to lead the development of audio visual, moving image and photographic resources, systems and team as a testbed and foundation for the new campus development in Battersea South.
ARTArt is my life long love. Yet I feel that I have only just begun my storytelling journey through the visual arts, with so much more work yet to do. I started with my own story, and it’s my life’s work to tell all of your stories too.




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