I produce a range of interpretation materials for learning and engagement initiatives. I create gallery trails, audio guides and activity-based toolkits to enhance the experience of children, families and young people visiting exhibitions. I design resources to encourage school visits, enrich student learning and support teachers in exploring contemporary practise. I make films for exhibition, archive, promotion and evaluation.

Clients include: Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove, London College of Fashion (UAL), Towner Gallery, Slough Museum, Battle Museum of Local History and Photoworks. 

Juliette Buss, Learning & Engagement Consultant, Photoworks:

Over the past decade Photoworks has commissioned Lindsey to produce numerous learning resources for teachers as part of our digital offer to schools across the UK. Lindsey approaches projects from the creative perspective of an artist, bringing extensive knowledge and understanding of the needs of teachers that are underpinned by her own strong artistic practice. Her ideas are accessible, age appropriate and engaging as well as inspiring for both teachers and their students.

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Jody East, Curator of Exhibitions at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery:

Lindsey has produced several high quality films for Brighton Museum, both as interpretative tools within an exhibition and as legacy or project evaluation. Lindsey is skilled both at interviewing those on film, putting them at their ease, asking relevant, well researched questions and at creating the film itself, from the camera work to the editing and subtitling. Her films are creative and fun and she is also responsive and understanding of the brief she is provided with.

Subversive Design: Interviews with participating artists to accompany the exhibition held at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, 2015


Ben Whyman, Manager of the Centre for Fashion Curation, a research centre based at London College of Fashion:

Lindsey’s films effectively captured the narratives of the journey of ‘Wear It Out’, our NLHF-funded project  in 2017-18. What stands out for us was her sensitivity to the stories. Lindsey never let stylistic tropes override the narratives that she perceptively drew out in her editing and presentation of the imagery. She let the stories do the talking, which resulted in highly effective, impactful visual interpretation.

Wear It Out: Publicity film to promote awareness, encourage participation and capture community contributions, 2018