Anneleen Lindsay is a professional freelance photographer, based in Edinburgh and working throughout the UK. She is particularly interested in storytelling portraiture, collaborative projects with fellow creatives and the interplay between people and their environments. Her loves of literature, vintage clothes and exploring moors and forests are reflected in her images.
Anneleen’s work has been exhibited in London, Edinburgh, Mexico, Israel, the USA and Vietnam and has been featured in the New York Times and the London Evening Standard. She was a winner in the BJP ‘Portrait of Britain’ and the British Council’s ‘Shakespeare Lives in Photography’ competitions. She achieved a distinction in the BA in Professional Photography at Edinburgh College and is a Licentiate of the British Institute of Professional Photographers.
In addition to her own photographic work, Anneleen has been a member of the Retina Photography Festival organising committee since its inception in 2014. She enjoys promoting the works of other photographers through curating exhibitions and social media. Anneleen also occasionally facilitates workshops in photography for community and youth groups and works with small business and social enterprises on creating photographic libraries that reflect their brand and values.