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LINDSAY is currently producing a feature-length science documentary for Vice. Previously, she was a photo editor on The New York Times' Arts + Leisure and Travel sections; where she assigned and produced domestic and international features, and directed the "52 Places to Go" interactive. In 2013 she founded Archerfish, a full-service production company whose clients include: The Victoria & Albert Museum, Etsy, Egg farm-to-table, The Hepworth Wakefield Museum, and Fraunhofer plant-based vaccines. Lindsay was also a curator at Instagram, and has worked for Newsweek, Vogue, Channel 13, Foreign Affairs, and UNICEF. She was a 2017 Storyteller in Residence in Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula, filming the connection sustainable farmers and small-business owners have with one of the most biodiverse regions on the planet.

Lindsay's first documentary film, Herd in Iceland, follows the island nation's annual horse round-up. The horse holds a precious place in Icelandic culture, art and tradition; for over 1,000 years Icelandic law has prohibited the importation of horses onto the island. Filmed from land and air, foot and hoof across the vast Icelandic landscape, Herd won over 15 festival awards and is currently being shown on PBS stations across the United States.

With a passion for historical documentaries, Lindsay has worked in the art departments on PBS's Make 'Em Laugh, Hey Boo: Harper Lee and To Kill a Mockingbird, and the live theater event 1969 by Alarm Will Sound.

Lindsay graduated with honors from Pratt Institute, and as a photographer, she specializes in large format portraiture and still-life. Her work has been exhibited at The Brooklyn Historical Society, Steuben Gallery, Hammerstein Ballroom, the Rider Project, and Pioneers of Change on Governor’s Island. The Brooklyn Arts Council awarded Lindsay a grant in support of her photo essay on the borough's shoe repairmen. The solo exhibition, Repair & Shine, was on view at the Rabbithole Gallery in DUMBO, Brooklyn. Lindsay's photographs have been featured in Harper's Magazine, PDN, The Boston Globe's Big Picture, Feature Shoot, This is the What, Mossless, Modern Farmer, and The New York Times' Lens.