Lindsay is an award-winning composer combining traditional practices with experimental techniques. An exciting new voice in music for media, her scores range from evocative instrumental works; to experimental electro-acoustic soundscapes; to eclectic hybrids of multiple genres.
Recent highlights from her range of projects include ITV/Britbox's drama miniseries Archie starring Jason Isaacs & Harriet Walter; the five-part ITV drama series The Walk-In starring Stephen Graham and four-part documentary series The Man Who Played With Fire for Sky and Discovery. She regularly collaborates with artist & composer Tawiah on projects such as the Left Bank Pictures thriller series Without Sin; comedy/drama series Black Ops for BBC 1 (nominated for a RTS Award for Original Music); Sky Atlantic's comedy/drama series The Lovers; and upcoming six-part BBC supernatural drama series, Domino Day.
Lindsay graduated with a First Class BMus (Hons) degree in Music Technology from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, and a MA from The National Film and Television School. She began her career working with many prolific composers including Martin Phipps, Isobel Waller-Bridge and Ruth Barrett, writing additional music for Apple TV's ROAR; Stan Lee's Lucky Man; Sky Atlantic's The Tunnel and feature drama The Aftermath. As a music editor, she worked on season 3 & 4 of Netflix's flagship series The Crown (resulting in her first Primetime Emmy nomination), as well as Amazon Studios' The Feed; Netflix's The Forgotten Battle and ITV's Angela Black and arranging strings for NBC's Law & Order: Organized Crime.
In short form media, her music for Mudlarks was nominated for Best Score at the British Short Film Awards and her music for HP's Orchestra campaign won Bronze at the Clio Awards, LIA Awards & Creative Circle Awards, and was a finalist in the Music and Sound Awards for Best Original Composition in Broadcast Advertising.