Lindsey launched her unique range of jewellery in 2002. Following her training in jewellery at Middlesex University, Lindsey went on to receive a residency and setting-up grant from Arts Council South East during which time she trained under silversmith Stella Campion at her studio in Oxford. Returning to Hampshire in 2005 Lindsey established her own workshop and was awarded a Crafts Council Development Award.
Working in a variety of precious and non-precious materials Lindsey is particularly well known for her use of anodised aluminium. Continually developing her approach to colouring aluminium, in 2004 Lindsey pioneered the use of sublimation printing within the realm of jewellery. Bringing together traditional and digital printmaking techniques she creates distinctive patterns and a palette of subtle yet striking colours. Lindsey has written a book about ‘Colourful Aluminium Jewellery’ for A&C Black Publishers in which she shares her passion for the subject along with some of the techniques used to colour her own work.
Lindsey’s distinctive jewellery is sold in shops and craft galleries throughout the UK, Europe and USA. She regularly exhibits her work at solo and group exhibitions and has pieces held in both public and private collections.
Alongside her jewellery practice, Lindsey has worked on a variety of educational projects with schools, universities, galleries and community groups.
Lindsey lives and works in rural Wiltshire.