Welcome to my world, I'm Lindsay but most people call me Linz! I hail from the heart of the Midwest, a small town called Woodstock, Illinois, where the simplicity of life laid the groundwork for the intricate tapestry of experiences that shape my photography today.
Growing up amidst the vast fields and open skies of the Midwest instilled in me a profound appreciation for the beauty found in simplicity. However, my thirst for adventure led me to the majestic landscapes of Colorado, where the mountains whispered tales of grandeur, and the rivers told stories of resilience. It was here that my lens found a new perspective, as I embraced the challenges and rewards of capturing the raw, untamed beauty of the Rocky Mountains.
I find joy in the little things; Chasing thunderstorms, opportunities to dance in the rain, Walking barefoot through grass, screaming into the mountains, chasing sunsets and listening to music at full volume with the windows down while traveling through country roads. Taking unnecessary road trips to restaurants for the sake of a good ass meal, talking to humans about life and what scares them, and brings them peace. Riding roller coasters multiple times in a row just because you can.
An anxious human focused on working with other anxious humans, to highlight beautiful relationship dynamics, stories and journeys through art. Utilizing tools and techniques traditionally not found within the industry to bend and reshape the views around us.
my town was where the movie groundhog day was filmed