Trained as a teacher in New Zealand, Lindi has experience in managing art events and is now a full time visual artist.
Living in Melbourne, Australia, Lindi holds a Bachelor of Photography and exhibits her work regularly. Lindi’s Melbourne exhibitions have featured her documentary and art photography, including Many Stories – One Heart at the Sofitel Hotel 2011, Side by Side at the Firestation Print Studio (2013) and Suite Surrender #2 at the Ballarat International Foto Biennale (2017).
Lindi was a contributing photographer for the Oxford University Press series Our Community: Journeys to Australia (2009). A series of portraits discussing women and head scarves is currently on loan to the River Nile Learning Centre in North Melbourne.
In her current photography practice, Lindi’s work centres on photographing marks made on surfaces. This work features in the 2018 collaborative project with David Bryson, Trace Lines a book of poetry and ages.
Alongside photography, Lindi’s creative practice extends into abstract painting and monoprinting. The abstract work is underpinned by themes of displacement and relocation and how we adapt to change at personal and social levels; looking at the diverse experiences which inform our lives and the structures with which we surround ourselves in the built environment.
Lindi is an alumni of Photography Studies College and has undertaken study at the Victorian College of the Arts.