Lindsay initially studied Graphic Design in Northumberland College of Arts & Technology. After realising her love for working three dimensionally she progressed to study Three Dimensional Design & Furniture Design in Newcastle College of Art.
On moving to Ireland Lindsay wanted to get into the field of Interior Design & began a course in Griffith College in Interior Design. Whilst studying Lindsay was chosen as a finalist for 'Interior Designer of the Year' and designed a living space which was built in the RDS and sponsored by Arnotts. Lindsay Graduated in 2006 with a distinction level diploma, and received the 'Student of the year' award from the collge for her outstanding acheivement. Lindsay was selected as a finalist for 'Graduate of the Year' and received an award from House and Home Magazine for one of her bedroom designs.
In 2008 Lindsay appeared as a designer on RTE's Showhouse, creating a modern home based on Artists Mondrian & Kandinskys colour theorys. The house that was created was entered into Image Interiors 'Best Living Space' competition & was chosen as one of 3 finalists.
Lindsay is currently working on several residential & commercial projects as well as teaching Interior Design and writing a weekly column for the Evening Echo.