After discovering her fascination with photography as a teenager, Lindsey moved from Dallas to Chicago where she earned her B.F.A. in photography from Columbia College Chicago. Upon graduating, she assisted numerous esteemed commercial, food and editorial photographers both locally and internationally. This experience led her to the Crate and Barrel in-house photo studio in 2006 where attention to details guided her naturally toward photo styling.
She worked as an independent contractor under Ford Models and Artist's 2011-2014 where she gained invaluable experience in all aspects of commercial photography. From conceptualizing, budgeting and sourcing of product and props to troubleshooting and successfully meeting deadlines, Lindsey works seamlessly with every member of the team to produce beautiful audience winning imagery. She currently works nationally as a freelance prop stylist based in Chicago.
Commercial clients include: Jim Beam, Crate and Barrel, CB2, Hyatt, Kohler, Herman Miller, National Geographic, Land's End, Target, Amazon, and Fanny May
Editorial clients include: Cooking Light Magazine, Women's Day Magazine, Chicago Home and Garden Magazine and Michigan Avenue Magazine
Lindsey has a constant urge to create which coupled with her technical knowledge of photography and culinary arts, make her a very unique asset on set. By working with a wide variety of photographers and creative teams she has garnered a reputation for bringing individual style and a professional lively personality to each assignment.
Styling Specialties: commercial, product, editorial, prop, soft goods, off-figure