Lamb Ink - Founder
Originally, from Chicago, now living in Hong Kong, Jeanne left her lucrative career in academia and heritage conservation to pursue an equally lucrative one in storytelling, performance, improvisation, and writing. She has since conducted trainings, told stories, and done improv in all sorts of places, some sanctioned, some not. Ms. Lambin’s workshops have been described as “amazing,” “powerful,” and “great fun.”
A common thread connecting all her work has been the desire to connect people to causes that they care about and give them the tools that they need to take meaningful action and inspire change. Using improvisation, storytelling and a host of other tools, her company, Lamb Ink, helps individuals and organizations do just that.
She is a board member of the Applied Improvisation Network, a founding member of Improv for Humanity and Instigator-in-Chief of the Quest: Improv for Transformation.
Her creative work has been featured in the Hong Kong’s Top Notch Storytelling Festival, Liars’ League Hong Kong, Literary Death Match, the Art’s House World Voices Presents, Mamagushi Shanghai, and the Moth Chicago.
She has also worked as a location scout, tour guide, archaeologist, curator, archivist, tarot-card reader and busker which has led some to describe her background as odd and others to call it useful.