Amy Lyne studied photography at La Sorbonne in Paris and the University of Istanbul and New York. Lyne has worked on numerous humanitarian projects, including the International Committee of the Red Cross. Her project "Ushuaia Nature", a French documentary series deals with indigenous cultures worldwide. Her work has taken her to countries such as India, Angola and Guatemala. The photographer shows life on the street, poverty, war, devastation, neglect but also hope. The photographer herself says about her work: “Photography celebrates life and shows how beauty, dignity and hope can be found in the most unlikely places.” Her work has received worldwide recognition, including the International Photography Award, the Le Prix de la Photographie Paris, the Black and White Spider Award, and the International Color Award. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and festivals worldwide and immortalized in two monographs.