320 Art Building
University of Derby
Stockport College of Further & Higher Education
Lynne Baggett spent five years in London as a graphic designer before relocating to the United States, where she now serves as a professor of art in graphic design and oversees the Graphic Design Student Office (GDSO) at the LSU School of Art. Baggett has received several accolades for her research with incised letterforms, including a Mississippi Artists’ Fellowship, a research grant from LSU, and various design awards from AIGA New Orleans and the Advertising Federation of Greater Baton Rouge. Her incised-type inspired artwork has been exhibited in Alabama, Louisiana, Maine, Mississippi, New York, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and in the United Kingdom. Her research papers have been accepted for publication and have been included in national and international professional meetings: the Association for Gravestone Studies in Schenectady, New York; the Society of Typographic Aficionados TypeCon 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana; and ATypl (Association Typographique Internationale) in Brighton, UK. She currently serves on the board of trustees for the Association for Gravestone Studies and is a member of the Advertising Federation of Greater Baton Rouge and the Friends of St. Brides Printing Library in London, UK.