Jo Lynn Still loves home as much as anyone you will meet. Born and raised in Washington County, Georgia, she lives in the same kaolin-mining community with her family. Jo Lynn’s connection to home runs generations deep. Her self-directed approach to photography is guided by her curious nature and a genuine interest and respect for all people and places. Her photographs offer glimpses into the rural south and read like invitations to question the past, consider the now, honor the natural world, and embrace what is good.
Jo Lynn’s photography and writing project called $10/10 Bucks was published by Fiona Hayes of Day Four Magazine (TEN) in 2013. Her photographs were part of John A. Bennette’s Southern Memories exhibitions and Elizabeth Avedon’s South x Southeast Southern Landscapes Exhibition and South x Southeast Portraits Exhibition, the 2015 Exposure Awards Documentary Collection. Jo Lynn Exhibited 24 photographs at Blue Star Gallery in Blue Ridge, GA Aug-Sept 2015 and presented a solo exhibition Georgia Rehabilitation Hospital in 2012. Her work appeared on blogs including HangingWithMrBennette, Elizabeth Avedon blog, The New Yorker’s Photobooth and La Lettre de la Photographie.