Lindsay specializes in apparel and accessories. She freelanced for two years and worked primarily in the music industry assisting young professionals with their marketing and collateral needs. Lindsay has a proven leadership track record that boasts a ten million dollar sales increase during her first year as acting manager at one of Disney's top apparel licensing vendors. She is one of a handful of people who understands the Disney customer through and through.
Lindsay also specializes in trend research and the creation of inspiration boards as a means of selling or supporting an idea.
As an Art Director in the fashion industry, naturally, Lindsay loves clothes and accessories. She is a self proclaimed oenophile (lover of wine), doer of yoga, music, animals and she enjoys all things travel, whether it be across oceans or right in her own backyard.
Lindsay loves learning about new cultures, traditions and foods. She is currently co-building a tiny home on wheels in the form of a 1992 Bluebird International 25ft school bus - DIY style. Tiny homes and tiny home storage solutions have fascinated her for years as does the prospect of downsizing and becoming more environmentally friendly.
Lindsay attended FIDM two months after graduating high school. Having never been to Los Angeles, she moved here at the age of eighteen and began her fashion career. She enjoyed working with Adobe so much, she landed a position as an assistant designer after graduating FIDM. At this job, she began honing her Photoshop and Illustrator skills as a graphic designer as well as gaining hands on experience and knowledge of Los Angeles' fashion industry.
Lindsay primary full time work has existed within the parameters of the fashion industry after graduating in 2005 with her degree in fashion design. She has over 16 years of experience working with well known and private brands from Ed Hardy to Ci Sono Cavalini. She's done freelance projects for Tommy Hilfiger and Madonna's fashion brand for Macy's. Her experience includes every category from infant to adult to even pet. Lindsay can not only sketch a garment for you, she can also speak knowledgeably about the construction and the fabrication, as well as any embellishments and graphics that may be applied. She also, thoroughly, understands the production side of the fashion industry having personally worked closely with factories, both overseas and domestic, and managing the pre-production steps.
During the recession, Lindsay used her skills to support local performing artists and interned with an award-winning music booking agency. After returning to full time work, she continued taking graphic design requests from professionals she created a network with among the entertainment industry.
From creating logos for music engineers to developing a complete brand identity for Esperanto, an eclectic world band, Lindsay's love for music and entertainment has inspired countless works.
Lindsay has been very involved in the music industry from her days of performing herself to being the go-to designer for musicians, managers, production companies, and booking agencies in and around Los Angeles. She's created one-sheets, album/CD art, brochures, flyers, logos, and other collateral for all of the above.
Lindsay has worked with a handful of companies developing email blasts and landing pages for the customers and buyers. This work has primarily been in the accessories, beauty and jewelry industries.
Lindsay worked for various Los Angeles-based jewelry and apparel companies. Part of her responsibilities was creating weekly newsletters. She currently freelances for a couple of LA-based fashion brands and creates newsletters for them as well.
Lindsay has developed logos for a handful of customers within the entertainment music industry. She's also consulted on the direction of the overall aesthetic for a company's brand identity which includes its logo.