Lindsay Skedgell is a documentary photographer and filmmaker who believes in the power of storytelling. Her work seeks to illuminate the importance of history and experience told through the lens of individual perspective. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Purchase College, where she learned how to fuse written ethnographic work with visual documentation.
Some previous projects of hers include working with nonprofit organizations such as The Moth, The Heliotrope Foundation, the Learning About Multimedia Project, and Novalis. She has had films screened throughout New York City, the most recent screening held at The Margaret Mead Film Festival. Lindsay currently works as a filmmaker and teaching artist for BRIC Arts Media and is a video editor and photographer on a freelance basis.
When free, Lindsay finds herself writing poetry, studying and practicing herbalism, as well as playing music in her band, zinnia.