Linda M. Toki is a professional photographer in McLean, Virginia. An honors graduate of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, she received a BS degree in education majoring in Art and minoring in Art History. For the past 24 years Linda has been a graphic designer with the federal government. Linda belongs to Professional Photographers of America, the National Association of PhotoShop Professionals, and the American Institute of Graphic Artists.
Linda is an assistant instructor for William B. Folsom, the resident photographer at Meadowlark Gardens in Vienna in his photography classes and workshops. She volunteers as a TV camera operator with Fairfax Public Access TV and has been certified as a production assistant. She has worked on Dr. Libby's World of Medicine: filming, providing photographic support and graphic design. She volunteers through McLean Community Center at McLean Day as a face painter and photographer. She has also worked for Special Olympics as an event planner and photographer.
Linda has always been an avid photographer growing up in the mountains of Western Pennsylvania in Cambria County. Her fondness for nature is reflected in her work. She plans to retire and move permanently to the Gettysburg area in the near future. After retirement she will be offering classes and portrait photography in the Adams County area.
Linda also pursues iphoneography, genealogy, language study, cake decorating and travel.