Lynn Rognsvoog has worked in the newspaper and magazine publishing industry for more than 30 years, and has experience in print and web design, art direction, design coaching, word and picture editing, and management. She has a passion for finding the best way to tell each story.
Lynn has worked with Creative Circle since 1998. Among her print redesign projects are Trends Journal, The Sumter Item of Sumter, S.C., the Daily Journal in Kankakee, Ill., the Middletown Record of Middletown, N.Y., the Idaho Statesman of Boise, Idaho, and The Record of Bergen County, N.J. She developed bermuda.com branding and marketing materials, and redesigned their print magazine, The Guide.
She was a lead designer and photo editor for the 13 years she worked at The Providence Journal, where she also worked with Bill Ostendorf, founder of Creative Circle. Large projects she worked on included stories about Noel Earley, a man dying of ALS; Edward DiPrete, the former governor of R.I. who was convicted of corruption; an oil spill near Newport, R.I.; and an historical look at Rhode Island over the course of the twentieth century. Lynn edited award-winning photo columns (Mary Beth Meehan's Our Times, and Connie Grosch's Weddings), and won numerous other magazine and newspaper design and editing awards.
Before working at the Journal, she was art director of the Boston-based Tab Newspapers, and art director and managing editor of New England Business magazine. She held other magazine editing and production jobs before that.
Lynn earned a Bachelor of Arts from Wells College in Aurora, N.Y., and has further training in design, typography and creativity. She lives in Rhode Island with her husband and son.