Drawing upon 40 years of experience in tourism, finance and photography, Lynne Trudeau Jonquieres is now retired, having most recently served as the coordinator of the Greater Loudonville Association in New York from 2002 to 2012, a community organization that seeks to protect and enhance the historic quality of living within the town. Prior to this appointment, she was the owner and a travel agent of Lineage Travel in Albany, New York, from 1999 to 2002, as well as a registered representative at Prudential Financial, Inc., from 1983 to 2002. At the inception of her career in 1975, she was a photographer and owner of Image 2 until 1982.
Completing a plethora of coursework at several schools –including the Shipley School, Pine Manor College and the University of Paris – Ms. Jonquieres conducted an individual photography show at the Moon and River Café in the Stockade Historic District of Schenectady, New York, in 2016. Impressively, her work was recognized with first place honors at the Albany Institute of History and Art Photography Show in 2011, and in 2009, she was presented with a Best in Show Award by the Garden Club of America for Zone III. Additionally, she finished her first short documentary, “The Jazz Singer,” in March 2018, starring Sylvie Briber. The documentary was finished after Ms. Jonquieres completed a documentary film production course at Skidmore College.
The great-granddaughter of Dr. Edward Livingston Trudeau of Saranac Lake, New York, Ms. Jonquieres was happily married to the late Jean-Louise Jonquieres since 1969. She is also the proud mother of one daughter, Alexandra Jonquieres Oakley. In her spare time, she enjoys practicing yoga.
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