Lynn Blodgett began taking pictures at the age of 10. Some of his original subjects were birds of prey. Lynn studied photography in New York City with renowned portrait photographer, Andrew Eccles and one of the nation’s most respected photo editors, Laurie Kratochvil. In 2007, Lynn’s photographs of the homeless were published in his book “Finding Grace, the Face of America’s Homeless”. The work received national attention and was chosen by American Photo as one of the year’s top 10 photography books. Lynn’s work has been exhibited in cities across the country.
In addition to his work as a photographer, Lynn has had a successful career in the world of business. He served as President and CEO of ACS, a Fortune 500 company that provides computer-based services to the largest corporations and government agencies in the world. ACS was acquired by Xerox in 2010 and Lynn serves as Executive Vice President of Xerox and president of Xerox Services. Xerox Services has more than 100,000 employees and operations across the globe.
Lynn resides in Salt Lake City, Utah and has eight children and 13 grandchildren.