Lindsay Skedgell is a documentary filmmaker, photographer, and storyteller with a background in anthropology, whose work explores individual perspective and history. She has worked with traveling carnies, artisans and healers in the Amazon, female boxers, the houseless community, and believes in the power that storytelling holds. Lindsay has been a teaching artist and educator for four years, working to teach and empower individuals from 10 years of age to 90, to tell their own stories. She has been running BRIC’s Youth Media Film Festival for the past two years, working alongside a group of high school students to produce and curate a festival that highlights the importance of youth voices. Lindsay has had films screened throughout New York City, including at the Margaret Mead Film Festival, and was nominated for a 2019 Emmy for her film, The Incredible, Edible Landscapes of Angelica Negron. She is ever fascinated and inspired by myths, microcosms, and the power of the human heart.