Lindsey's films are humorous, sometimes dark looks at the inner workings of families going through crisis, often embracing the absurd. Her interests are in locations and how humans connect to the places they are from; in cyclical patterns of generations of women living in poverty in rural America and the bizarre tactics individuals, especially young girls and women, design to cope with traumatic experiences.
Using traditional narrative structures as the initial framework, Lindsey mixes in changing visual modes through different animation techniques. The changes in mode allow the viewer to explore character’s complex thought processes.
Lindsey's work has screened nationally and internationally including the Slamdance Film Festival, the Philadelphia Institute of Contemporary Art, the Athens International Film and Video Festival, San Francisco Doc Fest and Cleveland International Film Festival. Her film, Every Speed, won the Premio Asolo Award for Best Film on Architecture at the Asolo Art Film Festival. Her films have also screened at various conferences and symposiums around the U.S. Lindsey received her BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University and her MFA from Temple University. She currently resides in Dayton, Ohio and teaches animation and post production at Wright State University in the Motion Pictures department.