Images do not deserve descriptions, only interpretations. Lynsey Weatherspoon

Lynsey is an Atlanta and Birmingham (AL) based commercial, portrait and editorial photographer. Her intensity for photography has allowed her to meet people from all walks of life.

Clients include:

  • Alabama Power
  • Amplify 4 Good
  • AT&T
  • Atlanta Music Project
  • B-metro
  • BB&T
  • Birmingham Museum of Art
  • Birmingham Zoo
  • The Bitter Southerner
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield (Alabama)
  • Business Alabama
  • CARE
  • Coca-Cola
  • Computer History Museum
  • Cox Communications
  • Democratic National Committee
  • ESPN
  • Google
  • Gwinnett Magazine
  • Happy Black Woman
  • Harris Products
  • Hillary for America
  • In These Times
  • Jack Cooper Transports
  • Kaplan University
  • Kemp Management Solutions
  • Kennesaw State University
  • McDonald's
  • NACS Magazine
  • Negro Southern League Museum - Birmingham
  • OnDeck
  • Protective Life
  • ProSales magazine
  • REVBirmingham
  • Railroad Park
  • Sierra magazine
  • Southern Research Institute
  • Tuskegee University
  • University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • University Health Care Systems (Augusta, GA)
  • WBRC-FOX 6
  • Weld for Birmingham
  • Wells Fargo
  • Woodlawn Foundation

Agencies include:

  • Bates Creative
  • BIG Communications
  • Burrell Communications
  • rbb Communications
  • THIS IS RED Agency

Lynsey is a member of American Photographic Artists (APA) and Professional Photographers of America (PPA). She also volunteers with CreativeMornings Atlanta, Women Who Code, TEDxPeachtree, and Goodie Hack.

Interviews/Press

3 Questions: APA Member Lynsey Weatherspoon

Mambu Badu feature - Lynsey Weatherspoon

Agents of Change: Photographer Lynsey Weatherspoon sharpens Birmingham's image

Birmingham's Morris Avenue is a popular place for photos

First Person Fabulous: Lynsey Weatherspoon

Women in Business {Interview with Ebony Hall of ABC 33/40 - Birmingham, Alabama}

Stepping Into Victory blog: Feature Interview with Lynsey Weatherspoon

Say Cheese! How to Take Awesome Photos for Your Blog

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