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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.

Highlights from her range of projects include the five-part ITV drama series  The Walk-In  starring Stephen Graham; thriller series  Without Sin  for Left Bank Pictures; comedy/drama series  Black Ops  for BBC 1 (both co-composed with Tawiah); and four-part documentary series  The Man Who Played With Fire  for Sky and Discovery. Upcoming projects include ITV/Britbox's drama miniseries  Archie  starring Jason Isaacs & Harriet Walter and collaborating with Tawiah again on Sky's comedy/drama series  The Lovers. 

Further work for screen includes additional music for Apple TV's  ROAR;  Stan Lee's  Lucky Man;  Sky Atlantic's  The Tunnel  and feature drama  The Aftermath.  She was the music editor for season 3-4 of Netflix's flagship series  The Crown,  resulting in her first Primetime Emmy nomination. She was also the music editor for Amazon Studios'  The Feed;  Netflix's  The Forgotten Battle  and ITV's  Angela Black,  as well as contributing string arrangements 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 2022 Music and Sound Awards for Best Original Composition in Broadcast Advertising. 

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 as an additional music writer and music editor working with many prolific composers including Martin Phipps, Isobel Waller-Bridge and Ruth Barrett.

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