Lynn Kim is a Korean-American filmmaker and educator who was born and raised in Queens, New York. She is a graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design and is an artist who utilizes animation, abstraction, experimental techniques, and the mix-n'-matching of various disciplines in her work. 

As of 2017, she is currently pursuing her her MFA degree through a graduate fellowship at the Ohio State University in Art & Technology.

Prior to that, she worked as manager of the Media Lab at the Children's Museum of the Arts and taught animation and filmmaking to communities in New York. As a teacher she has worked with museums, private and public academic institutions, colleges, and non-profit organizations.

She has had the fortune of exhibiting and competing in international festivals and shows including: The Ottawa International Animation Festival, the Baryshnikov Arts Center, The Margulies Collection, Rooftop Films and the Melbourne International Animation Festival.

At heart, Lynn is a lover of animation, collisions between art and science, drawings made in unexpected places, and shared meals with good folks. She is interested in meaningful teaching, the moving image, and the consumption of breakfast food at all hours.

Lynn can be contacted via e-mail at:
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