My name is Lindsay, and I draw things. I graduated from Simon Fraser University and also studied at Emily Carr University of Art and Design, and currently do freelance illustration as well as put out How Baby, a weekly comic about motherhood and identity.
Other than drawing, I'm a nerd for tabletop and video gaming, cooking, geography, art books, and internet culture.
Largely, I like to use illustration to tell more feminist, body-positive, sex-positive stories that often feature gender and sexual minorities, non-white characters, disabled characters, and unconventional relationships. I love partnering with writers, editors, and publishers who strive to do the same.
I am looking for both freelance opportunities and/or steady work in a creative role. I'm particularly on the lookout for anything that fits the above, especially where it intersects with motherhood.
I'd sure like to work with you! Please contact me for information.
"Having collaborated with Lindsay on several projects, I've found her a pleasure to work with; her professionalism and commitment to producing the best possible work are exceptional. She brings a critical eye, a love for her subjects, and a relentless desire to constantly improve to all of her projects. I find both her work and her work ethic personally inspiring." -- Rena S.
"Working with Lindsay has been a consistently gratifying and pleasant experience. Every time we've worked together, she's eagerly communicated with me to make sure my specifications are being met, and every time we've worked together, I'm surprised and delighted at the added details she puts into the work -- flourishes I'd never have thought to request myself. The quality of her work is only matched by her determination and dedication to completing projects in a timely and satisfactory manner. Lindsay is talented, intensely reliable, and simply a joy to work with." -- Whitney R.