Meet the Photographer
Lynda Yraceburu, (b. 1960) grew up nomadic, the middle child of a Navy family, and began her early photography training in 1967 as a Girl Scout Brownie project. In Middle and Senior High school she gathered experience on the yearbook staff as a photojournalist, developing and editing her own work and the work of others.
In 1972, she went to Canada College to study physics and x-radiation therapies, where she developed a very different and deeper understanding of photography. In 1984, she trained with the New York institute of Photography, where she received honorable mention awards two years running. In 1990, Lynda studied briefly with Rod Planck.
For the next twenty years, Lynda worked on a freelance basis for clients including Rancho la Puerta Resort, Yraceburu EarthWisdom, Sky Hunters Raptor Rehabilitation and Education Sanctuary, Kalei's Kreations, Daughters of the Goddess, Sacred Mysteries Productions, Brooke Medicine Eagle and Family Massage Therapy.
Her prints hang in the galleries of Ned Romero, Drew Barrymore, Arielle Ford, and many others.
In 1994, Lynda realized something had shifted within her and her craft. It became apparent that she had been blessed with a gift to share... an expanded awareness of multidimensional realities.
In 1996, she joined with life partner, Maria Yraceburu, and began focusing her attention on a deepening relationship with the unknown, and strengthening her ability to be a bridge for Spirit. Since then, she has become an inspiration for others to see in a new way.