Lindsey Seïde is a Haitian American filmmaker and photographer based in New York. With her huge love of the arts, she graduated cum laude with a B.A. degree in Film and Broadcasting at the College of Mt. St. Vincent. She began her career as an intern with Academy member and mentor, Thomas Allen Harris, working on the NAACP Image Award recipient, Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People (2014), which premiered on PBS.
Lindsey has worn many hats in the industry working behind the scenes with companies such as Firelight Media and Black Public Media (formerly NBPC). She is currently the assistant editor at Chimpanzee Productions, Inc., creating digital content for the transmedia project, Digital Diaspora Family Reunion and new public television series, Family Pictures USA (2019). She edits video content for OutBytes Media Group, which produces multi-platform video highlighting diverse and unsung voices & causes within the LGBT community. She is the associate producer for two short films, Roommates (2015) and the latest About Face: The Evolution of a Black Producer (2017). She curated the photography exhibit, Digital Diaspora Family Reunion: Turning Strangers into Family (2016) for the Whitney Humanities Center at Yale University.
When she’s not snapping shots on the streets in NYC, she’s the official house photographer for Film Society at Lincoln Center, where she has photographed many red carpet events, film premieres, and VIP talent.