D'Lynn Waldron, PhD, FRGS Scholar-Adventurer
A life of high adventure, royal romance, and scientific discovery.
all contents of this site copyright D'Lynn Waldron 1952-2006
As an author, artist and photographer, D'Lynn Waldron journeyed through the remote areas of Asia and Africa. As a foreign correspondent, she was involved in the deadly intrigues of the Cold War. As a scholar, she went from sophomore to a multi-disciplinary PhD in a record-breaking 3 1/2 years. As a theoretician, she was one of the first to advocate the genetic biochemical basis for moods and emotions. As a scientist, she helped develop the computer technology used in publishing, the graphic arts, and the movies. As a woman, she married the Prince of Nepal.
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JOURNEY ALONE AROUND THE WORLD
Starting a journey alone around the world in 1957
Further than at Home first book published in 1959

MARRIAGE TO PRINCE OF NEPAL
Nepal contents page
Marriage to Prince of Nepal 1958
Royal Family photos
A few of the letters from Royal Family to D'Lynn Waldron
Maoist War in the Himalayas 1958- ongoing
Myth of the Mark of Genghis Khan
Piloting DC3 in the Himalayas 1958
Nepal photos
Paintings and photos of the Himalayas
Massacre of Nepal's Royal Family June 2001

WAR CORRESPONDENT IN AFRICA
Africa Contents page
Hitchhiking alone through Africa 1960
Escape from Security Police in Apartheid South Africa 1960
War of terror in the interior of the Belgian Cong 1960
Stanleyville 1960
Patrice Lumumba 1960
Expedition up the Congo River 1960
Bonobos and other endangered species rescued 1960

INTERNATIONAL INTRIGUE IN HONG KONG
Red China frame-up on hanging charge 1960
Red China's use of the Myth of the Mark of Genghis Khan

TOP HONORS AT UNIVERSITY
Student body leader 1954 - 1957
BA summa cum laude, MA, PhD 1964-68
Dissertation on Traditional Societies in Economic Transition 1967
Biochemistry of moods and emotions 1948 - ongoing
Genetic Imperative to Multiply to the Maxium explains war 1949 - ongoing
Advice on how to be a top student
Post-doctoral Study Oxford

FELLOW OF THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY
Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society 1981
Member of the Explorers Club 1981
Article for British Geographical Magazine on Irish way of life 1982
Book on the Traditional Irish Way of Life in Connemara
Photo-ethnographic study of a year in the life of Priego de Cordoba, Andalucia, Spain
Article for British Geographical Magazine on Galicia, Spain 1983
Bonobos: Our little-known nearest primate relative

PHOTO-ETHNOGRAPHER
Two years field research in the west of Ireland 1977-79
Two years post-doctoral research in Oxford in Celtic / IronAge Studies 1979-81
Article for British Geographical Magazine on Irish way of life 1981
Photo Sampler from book on the Traditional Irish Way of Life in Connemara
Chapter 1 from book on the Traditional Irish Way of Life in Connemara
Photo-ethnographic study of Galicia, Spain 1981-82
Photo-ethnographic study of a year in the life of Priego de Cordoba, Andalucia, Spain 1981-82
Sixteen Months field researchGreek Island of Crete 1982-84
Culture articles
Photographs
Drawings
British Cheeses
Travel and Food articles in major magazines
Photographs of Paradises Lost
Zanzibar Photos

PILOTING PLANES IN DANGEROUS PLACES
Learning to fly 1954
Piloting DC3 in the Himalayas 1958
Keynote Speaker and MC at 50th Anniversary of the DC3 1986

COLD WAR INTRIGUE IN GREECE
Greek Island of Crete 1982-84
Cold War intrigue in Eastern Mediterranean 1982-84
Terrorist group N17 / 17N 1982- ongoing

PHOTOGRAPHS FOR J. PAUL GETTY
Photographing the Getty Museum in Malibu for J. Paul Getty
Photographs of the new Getty Museum architecture

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FOR GOVERNMENTS
Systems designs for economic development 1967-71
Economic development for Western Ireland 1978
Consultant to businesses: Cola Wars on Crete 1982 - 84
Investigation of the exploitation by the trading posts of Navajos 1973

DEVELOPER OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY FOR ARTISTS AND MOVIES
Computer technology for the graphic arts 1984 - ongoing
Movie CGI 1990 - ongoing
Computer fine artist 1984 - onging
Magazine articles on computer related subjects 1986 - ongoing
First articles on data security dangers of the Internet - 1996

AGE PROGRESSED PORTRAITS
Age progressed and age regressed portraits on television and magazine covers

ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY
Musical Theatre 1949 - ongoing
20th Century Fox 1956 and 1959
Computer technology for the entertainment industry 1984 - ongoing
CD covers and advertising portraits 1989 ongoing
Patriotic paintings of eagles
Creating music for the movies with digital technology
BAFTA, The British Academy of Film and Television Arts
Composers of Music for the Movies
Doing R&D on 24-bit/96kHz recording technology for Symphony Orchestras
The Santa Monica Symphony Orchestra
Association of California Symphony Orchestras' Most Valuable Player Award 2004
(given in 2004 to a non-instrumentalist volunteer)

CLASSICAL MUSIC MANAGEMENT

NOVELS JUST FOR FUN
Ariane trilogy about a composer of music for the movies
Creating music for the movies

E-PUBLISHING VS. VANISHING BOOK ROYALTIES
Torn up Macmillan/Viacom book contract for royalties on net

REFERENCES
A FEW EXAMPLES OF THE FIRST PAGE AND TOP OF THE FIRST PAGE GOOGLE
LISTINGS FOR PAGES DONE BY D'LYNN WALDRON
EXAMPLE OF EXTENSIVE PRESS COVERAGE OBTAINED DURING SIX MONTHS IN 2004 FOR AN ORGANIZATION
Contemporary Authors ~ Berke’s Authors & Writers ~
Who’s Who in Media & Communications ~ American Photographers -
International Who’s Who of Information Technology ~
Foremost Women in Communications ~ Who’s Who in Asian Studies
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Voting member of BAFTA, The British Academy of Film and Television Arts
Fellow of The Royal Geographical Society & The New York Explorers Club
Association of California Symphony Orchestras' Most Valuable Player 2004
Corbis Bettman Photographic Agency