Lynn is trained as an architect and has been a regular freelance contributor to various publications in Singapore and overseas for the past six years. Lynn sees writing as an extension of her passion in architecture and design, allowing her to express herself through a literary medium for a change, instead of graphical forms […]
September 7th, 2010
Lynn is trained as an architect and has been a regular freelance contributor to various publications in Singapore and overseas for the past six years.
Lynn sees writing as an extension of her passion in architecture and design, allowing her to express herself through a literary medium for a change, instead of graphical forms and images. Lynn’s other passion is cars.
She contributes as a freelance motoring journalist and used to race competitively in a 450bhp machine. She swears that it is petrol, not blood, which runs through her veins.
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