As creative director, Lindsay leads the firm’s graphic design studio and oversees a wide variety of print design, digital design and video, signage and wayfinding, and environmental design projects. Her goal is to offer unique solutions that meet her clients’ wants and needs and elevate their brands in creative ways. Lindsay has a special skill for identifying and amplifying the strengths of those around her. During her time at Ayers Saint Gross, she has led the graphic design studio’s growth in expertise and experience. She finds it rewarding to play an integral role in such an interdisciplinary workplace.
With a particular passion for brand design, Lindsay enjoys helping organizations to identify and develop their own visual identities. As the keeper of the Ayers Saint Gross brand, she continually pushes the firm forward in brand consistency and design excellence. Some of Lindsay’s favorite projects include signage and wayfinding work at Towson University and Gustavus Adolphus College and environmental graphic design at the newly renamed residence halls and dining facility at the University of Maryland.
In her spare time, Lindsay is involved in the American Institute of Graphic Arts and can be found in the studio, making her own soft pastels or creating art in tempera resist and mixed media. She also enjoys supporting the firm’s partnership with Beechfield Elementary School, where she introduces fifth grade students to the world of graphic design.