After her first metalsmithing class in 2004, Lindsay began exploring how to apply sculpture and designed objects theory to jewelry. She went on to work for jewelers and artists, teach classes, and graduate from the School of Art Institute of Chicago. It was throughout this time that she found her style through experimentation, practice, and curiosity. In 2016, she found her home away from home in her now West Town studio. You’ll often find her and studio assistant Darby pouring love and care into their work among the tools, gemstones, and sunlight. Drawing inspiration from her home in Chicago and travels on the west coast, Lindsay’s minimal yet interesting work celebrates independence from expectations. Architectural elements meet fine art and earth tones compliment metal. Bold geometric lines flow and move to create timeless designs that outlive every trend. To her, each creation is a work of art and soul only made more beautiful by the brilliant women who wear them. She hopes they serve as a reminder of, and connection to, the extraordinary lives women forge every day.