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 LINDSAY IS AN AWARD-WINNING COMPOSER & MULTI-INSTRUMENTALIST COMBINING TRADITIONAL PRACTICES WITH EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES. SHE WEAVES ELECTRONIC TEXTURES & PROCESSED ACOUSTICS THROUGH A CONTEMPORARY CLASSICAL PALETTE TO CREATE A DISTINCTIVE SOUND FOR EVERY SCORE.

 

 

Lindsay's recent projects include an upcoming drama series for ITV; independent feature Things Unsaid; and thriller series Without Sin for Left Bank Pictures (co-composed with Tawiah). She also scored BBC's The Whistleblowers and This Is Joan Collins; as well as HBO's The Mystery of D.B. Cooper (with Tim Atack).

 

Her further work for screen includes additional music for Apple TV's ROAR; Stan Lee's Lucky Man; Sky Atlantic's The Tunnel; Fox Searchlight's The Aftermath and string arrangements for NBC's Law and Order: Organized Crime. She was the music editor for series 3 & 4 of Netflix's 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.

Lindsay's short form work includes campaigns for British Airways, Rightmove, Pampers and Odeon Limitless. Her music for HP's Orchestra won Bronze at the LIA Awards for Original Score, and at the Clio Awards for Film Craft: Original MusicShe was also nominated for Best Score at the British Short Film Awards for Mudlarks.

Highly creative from a young age, Lindsay graduated from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire with a First Class BMus (Hons) degree, then continued her studies with a MA at the National Film and Television School. She began her career working with prolific composers such as Martin Phipps, Isobel Waller-Bridge, Ruth Barrett, Jon Opstad, Stuart Earl and Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch.

Lindsay is represented and published by Manners McDade Artist Management

Her debut EP LINES was released in 2021, with her second release coming soon.