Lindsay Marie Stewart has an in-depth understanding of communicating across various media to develop creative solutions to meet business and communication objectives. She has been awarded a BA in Professional Communications with Honors from Royal Roads University and also holds a Photojournalism diploma from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology.
Lindsay has interned with Canadian Geographic Magazine as a Photo Editor, worked internationally beneath National Geographic photographers within the Foundry Photojournalism Workshop, and in the last year acted as the Photography Manager for Banff World Media Festival. She is extremely competent in producing high-end multi-media visual journalism from concept to completion. Lindsay currently works with Blue Earth Alliance, to raise awareness about endangered cultures, threatened environments and social concerns through photography.
Lindsay’s most recent project with Matt Miles, The Natural Connections Project: A Hand To Stand, has been partnered with Qqs Projects Society and nominated by Associate Vice President of Community Relations and Advancement of Royal Roads University for the 2012’s Changemakers: BC Ideas: Solutions for Stronger Communities Award.