Lynda was born in the Eagle Rock neighborhood of Los Angeles. In elementary school, her family moved to Washington and she spent the rest of her childhood in the Pacific Northwest. Growing up, Lynda didn’t want to be a nurse, or even work in the medical field. Despite her family’s encouragement, she didn’t believe she would enjoy working in the medical field.
In middle school, Lynda’s art teacher sparked her artistic interest and introduced her to the art world. Finding immediate interest in many mediums including charcoal, oil on canvas, and sketching, Lynda began playing with the concepts of light and shadow. Art remains a lifelong passion.
Entering adulthood, someone Lynda cared about ended up in the hospital. While this experience was stressful, it led to her deciding to pursue becoming a Nurse. She quickly gravitated towards the cosmetic and aesthetics industry as she found correlations between her artistic passions and helping people achieve their aesthetic goals.