lindsay blatt

Lindsay Blatt is a director, brand storyteller, and Explorers Club Fellow who creates award-winning science, culture, travel, and people-at-work stories. She excels at revealing inspiring characters, and is an expert at refining complex ideas into visually dynamic and engaging content for diverse audiences. Lindsay’s adventures in media have brought her to film in the Mongolian steppe, aboard research vessels, the gaucho highways of Patagonia, albatross nesting sites, the Okavango Delta, and observatories at 14,000 feet. Her film Herd in Iceland, which documents the island nation's annual horse round-up, won over 15 festival awards and is airing on PBS. She’s been fortunate to create pieces featuring an eclectic list of subjects, from Nobel Prize winners to subsistence farmers.

As founder of Archerfish, a full-service production company, Lindsay leads exceptional teams that craft impactful videos for corporate and non-profit clients. Notable producer credits include Ian Cheney’s feature documentary The Most Unknown, celebrated by the Los Angeles Times for its "unabashed love for discovery," and Joshua Seftel’s NYT OpDoc, The Secret History of Muslims in the U.S. In 2024, a series of short films she developed for OceanX about the wonders of our seas and those who explore them was released in partnership with the BBC and NatGeo.

A graduate with honors from Pratt Institute, Lindsay has lectured at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and serves as a reviewer for the National Science Foundation. She holds a drone pilot’s license, is a member of the Video Consortium, and was on staff at the New York Times and National Geographic Society. Outside of work, Lindsay can be found hiking, camping, riding, and making Seinfeld references. Frequently, all at the same time.

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