Wynn's focus with this body of work is to create images of everyday life intertwined with both staged and spontaneous portraits. The images are often imperfect, portraying small moments of intimacy, an integration of people and the environment, and working with the various characteristics of light. While subject matter may vary, the photographs are drawn together through mood and color.
Wynn's recent accolades include photographing for the Nature Conservancy, being chosen for American Photography 28, and syndication of her work through Art + Commerce via Vogue Italia. Wynn's love of photography began when a friend introduced her to the high school darkroom. After attending the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, she relocated to New York City, where she worked for fashion designer Zac Posen and attended the International Center of Photography. In 2006, Wynn graduated from the Maine Media Workshops' Professional Certificate Program.