Lindsey is a musical director, award-winning composer, travel writer, photographer and author originally from Glasgow, Scotland. 


Lindsey has worked in the theatre industry as a musical director and keys player for 13 years. She is also a composer, arranger, orchestrator and keyboard programmer.


Current projects as of spring 2022 include:

Composer for new short-film 'Slice Right' (dir. Sara Joyce).

Musical Director for the 2022 RSC productions of Henry VI Rebellion and Henry VI Wars of The Roses (dir. Owen Horsely).

Music Associate for The National Theatre's summer 2022 production of Much Ado About Nothing (dir. Simon Godwin) and

Composer for the RSC's 2022 Playmaking Festival production of Much Ado About Nothing. 

Other work:

In 2021, Lindsey was composer and sound designer for Dance (dir. Charlotte Peters) at the King's Head Theatre, London. The original online production was featured in the BBC's Culture in Quarantine selection. Lindsey also composed the music for the new critically-acclaimed digital production of All On Her Own (dir. Alistair Knights) starring Janie Dee for MZG Theatre Productions. She was also musical director for Julie Atherton Live in London at The Hippodrome, London (Fourth Wall Productions).Lindsey was musical director for the Royal Shakespeare Company's 2019-2020 season. For her debut season, she worked as MD on The Taming of The Shrew (dir. Justin Audibert), As You Like It (dir. Kimberly Sykes) and Measure for Measure (dir. Greg Doran). She worked on all 3 cast recordings and Live to Cinema broadcasts. Lindsey is deputy MD/Joan for the UK Tour and West End productions of SIX The Musical. In 2020, she composed a score for the new play, Dance which premiered online as a co-production between The Soho Poly and Brickdust Productions. She also recently finished working as musical director, sound designer and sound operator for PantoLiveTV's Cinderella, the world's first online and interactive pantomime which broadcast live to over a million people around the world. 

Other credits include:

The Blues Brothers: Live! (Arts Theatre, London), Fame: 20th Anniversary (UK Tour), English National Ballet: Choreographics (The Barbican, London), Tommy (Prince Edward Theatre, London), Aladdin (Theatre Royal, Windsor), As You Like It (Jackson’s Lane, London), Women Beware Women (Alexander Gibson Opera Studio, Glasgow), Jack and The Beanstalk (The Byre Theatre, St Andrews), Beauty and The Beast (Theatre Royal, Windsor), Towards The Moon (Citizen’s Theatre, Glasgow), Cinderella (The King’s Theatre, Glasgow), Divided City (Citizen’s Theatre, Glasgow), Snow White (The Byre Theatre, St Andrews), 162 Bars Out (National Theatre of Scotland), Jerry Springer: The Opera (George Theatre, Edinburgh)


Lindsey trained at the University of St Andrews and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. 

If you would like to get in touch regarding future projects please use the contact page. 


Lindsey is a published author and photographer. Her debut book North Korea: Like Nowhere Else, a book accounting her 2 years of living in North Korea as a diplomatic spouse was published by September Publishing in May 2021. It has since been translated into Korean and published in South Korea by Human Comedy Publishing. In 2022, her book will have its second translation into Mandarin Chinese and will be published in Taiwan with Sharp Point Press. North Korea: Like Nowhere Else has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Telegraph, The Times Literary Supplement, The Mirror, Voice of America, BBC Korea and elsewhere. Lindsey is a passionate photographer and travel writer whose work focuses on immersive human stories and experiences. 

In November 2021, Lindsey was selected as runner-up in the National Geographic Traveller's Travel Writing Competition 2021. Her story, 'The market behind the mountains in North Korea,' describes her experiences in Pyongyang's Tongil market. It is published online here and in December's issue. 

Lindsey is currently working on her second book.

For collaborations or commissions please use the contact page.