Lynn Ischay


Lynn Ischay has worked at The Plain Dealer for 22 years. Her work there has taken her from Switzerland to South Sudan. She spent four years as Chief Photographer, then decided to return to shooting after an illness.

Prior to The Plain Dealer, Ischay worked at The Columbus Dispatch, and was a finalist in the Robert F. Kennedy Awards for "Fragile Lives," a story about the cost of keeping medical fragile children at home vs institutionalization.

At her first job, The News Herald, she won the Pro Football Hall of Fame award for a photo of a double face mask between two rival players, one a Cleveland Brown, one a Pittsburgh Steeler. 

Lynn lives in Euclid, Ohio, as close to Lake Erie as money would allow. Right now, the lake is 60 yards away.

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