Lyndsay is a Koori woman, who grew up in the Dharawal community of Western Sydney. Lyndsay is now based in the City of Gadigal land, and works as the Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art at First Hand Solutions Aboriginal Corporation, and an artist education guide at the Art Gallery of NSW. Lyndsay is on the Board of Directors of the Aboriginal Carbon Fund, and works as a freelance documentary filmmaker, and as a remedial massage therapist.
Passionate about art and culture, Lyndsay has worked as a discovery ranger with National Parks and Wildlife, NSW where she was mentored by a Yuin Elder Deidre Martin on culture, bush foods and medicines, and how to appropriately teach culture to the public. Lyndsay has worked with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists for more than 12 years, and as an artist for 5 years. Lyndsay has experience working in local, state and federal government organisations, charities, sporting organisations, and in the corporate environment. In 2007 and 2008, Lyndsay was involved in the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.
- Lyndsay Urquhart reads 'Blood Moon'