For the Babes Ride Out Volume II Zine we have featured 9 talented photographers that captured BRO4 through their lens. Meet Lindsay! You can pick up one of the limited edition Zines by clicking HERE.
I fell in love with photography as far back as I can remember. I can remember being 10 years old and being in awe of photos from magazines and starting to collect them. By my early teens my bedroom walls were covered with a collage of photographs I was inspired by. I started to show a real personal interest in photography in college when my father gave me my first camera, his film camera Canon FT/QL which I still own and continue to shoot with. From there I ended up starting to take photography more seriously and got my BFA in Art History and Photography. After college I knew I wanted to be behind a camera, somewhere in the arena of fashion, but life unpredictably pushed me into another direction, the styling and wardrobe part of shoots. I ended up working as a wardrobe stylist for over a decade. I then segued into becoming a Photo and Style Editor for a music magazine which gave me the opportunity to combine a handful of my interests: photography, fashion and music. I handled all the imagery in the magazine, as I produced all the shoots from the cover to 8 pages of fashion. During that time in my career, I put my camera down for awhile and focused on the production side of photo shoots. However since then I started freelancing in the commercial photo world, started shooting again and simultaneously developed a huge love for the world of two wheels, one of my favorite subcultures to shoot. In the past 6 years, I’ve been lucky enough to submerge myself in the aspects of the moto culture, the community that surrounds it and capture people, especially women doing what they love. I’m so grateful I get to be a part of such an incredible community of inspiring badass women; the friendships and bonds I’ve created because of this community has been beyond priceless.