LINDSAY LINTON BUK
Throughout Wyoming’s history our women have been brave, strong, and impactful. The mission of my project - Women in Wyoming - is to tell the inspiring stories of contemporary Wyoming women through art and media and celebrate their achievements, power and learned wisdom.
Three years in the making, I have captured their stories through medium format film photography and audio interviews, creating a powerful collective of contemporary female role models -- from artists to politicians, ranchers, authors, business-women and community stewards.
Through my work creating Women in Wyoming, I am dedicated to pioneering a platform to promote the integrity, diversity and profound legacy of Wyoming women and girls.
FOUNDER, PROJECT DIRECTOR + PHOTOGRAPHER
Lindsay Linton Buk is an artist, photographer and fifth-generation Wyoming native who discovered photography while on hiatus from her dance training. In need of a creative outlet, she signed up for an Intro to Photography class and was hooked. During her studies at Northwest College, her work earned "Best Portrait" and "Best in Show" at the annual student showcases. Her last Wyoming project, "Been Here for Generations," portrayed generational farming families in her hometown of Powell, WY. She worked in NYC for famed photographer Rodney Smith and international educator/headshot photographer Peter Hurley, as well as taught for Canon before moving back to Wyoming to establish her commercial photography studio, Linton Productions in 2014. Her portraits have appeared in Outside and Southwest: The Magazine, among others.
Lindsay is available for speaking engagements around the state of Wyoming and nationwide.