Hi, I’m Lindsey,

a digital arts editor and emerging street art scholar based in Brooklyn.

I currently work as the digital content editor for the Peabody Award-winning nonprofit Art21, and as the director of the art mapping nonprofit ArtAround.

In 2017 I earned an MS with distinction in the history of art & design from Pratt Institute, where I concentrated in contemporary art and wrote my thesis on street art theory. In 2012 I graduated from New York University with a BA in journalism and art history (and a very random minor in mathematics). Since 2012 I’ve worked as an arts editor and writer for places like the Huffington Post, Art21 Magazine, the Academy of Art University, the international online gallery Artsia, and art outlets and blogs like Art NerdRooms MagazineArtfetch, Artscope Magazine in New England, and artcollector magazine in Switzerland.

I believe street art is the most significant art movement of the twenty-first century, capable of breaking down the barriers that have kept everyday people from visual art for so long. In 2017 I launched a new blog, the Arrow, where I cover public art projects and chart the legal and social milestones determining who has the right to what forms of creative expression in the spaces we share.

See my resume for more, and email me to get in touch. Always excited to make new friends online!