Lindsay is a versatile British composer creating evocative and emotional scores across all genres of film, television and games. Her work combines contemporary classical instrumentation and traditional practices with modern electronics and experimental techniques, culminating in an unique and original sound for every score. She has worked on many award winning projects that have been screened and in competition at the London Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Visions du Réel and the Royal Television Society Awards, amongst others.
Lindsay has worked extensively in the music department on large television and studio projects, contributing additional music for Stan Lee's Lucky Man, starring James Nesbitt; Sky Atlantic's The Tunnel, starring Stephen Dillane and Cleménce Poésy; and feature film The Aftermath, a period drama starring Keira Knightley and Alexander Skarsgård. Lindsay is the music editor for the third and fourth series of Netflix's multi-award-winning drama The Crown, starring Olivia Colman, Tobias Menzies and Helena Bonham Carter. Alongside her colleagues in the sound editing department, she was nominated for the 2020 Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Editing in a Comedy or Drama Series. She was also the music editor for the Amazon Studios drama series The Feed starring Guy Burnet, Michelle Fairley and David Thewlis and has edited soundtrack albums for BBC's Peaky Blinders, and Black Earth Rising.
Lindsay recently scored the upcoming HBO/BBC feature documentary The Mystery of DB Cooper with Tim Atack; the three-part BBC documentary series Inside Monaco and the four-part BBC series 21 Again. She also scored the upcoming BFI-backed coming-of-age short drama Pop starring Stephen Graham; the acclaimed short documentary Entitled as part of Channel 4's Random Acts; and BAFTA-winning director Caroline Bartleet's short drama The Bind for BBC Films. Her work in advertising includes the latest British Airways online and broadcast media campaign, 'Take Off to the People and Places You Love'.
Highly musically creative from a young age, Lindsay grew up performing in orchestras, chamber ensembles and bands before graduating from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire with a First Class BMus (Hons) degree. She continued her studies with a MA in Composing for Film, Television & Games at the National Film and Television School. She then began her career working as an assistant and programmer for composers such as Carly Paradis on the Netflix drama series The Innocents and BBC's Line of Duty; Ben Bartlett on the acclaimed ITV detective series Vera; and Theo Vigden for the second season of the BBC comedy series Hold The Sunset and Disney's 101 Dalmatian Street. As well as writing for media, Lindsay is developing her work as a solo artist, with an upcoming EP release coming soon.