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‘Linsdey is hands down the best photographer I've ever worked with. She was perfect at getting me comfortable in front of the camera (which isn't easy) the final product was amazing and better than I imagined. The photos she did for my album were gorgeous. She was so creative and made me at ease. I highly recommend her for any project. She was charming, fun, organized and a total professional!’
~Amanda aka Lover
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“Lindsey did such a beautiful job capturing our wedding! Our beach ceremony had rain (for the first time in months) and when I look at the photos all I see is how happy and beautiful everyone was! She was able to effectively cat wrangle the members of our wedding party and make them look sober- not an easy task haha.
The end result was totally original documentation of the most important day of our lives. She's a very talented photographer and super easy to communicate with. Anyone who is able to snag her absolutely should!”
Jen & Matt
A 65 day adventure covering 12,022 miles in search of a disappearing American icon, the drive-in movie theatre.
'A Photographer's Quest to Find the Last of the Drive-In Theaters'
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A vibrant and humorous exploration of the female form and ideals of beauty through the mundane rituals of everyday life. Or I’m just a creep who likes to play with mannequins. You decide…
A various collection of conceptual portraits from projects over the years.
In 2018, collage artist Francesca Berrini and photographer Lindsey Rickert were awarded Atlas Obscura's Fellowship of Highway 95. They were to travel Nevada’s stretch of Highway 95 from Las Vegas to Reno, otherwise known as “Free-Range Art Highway,” and create a collaborative body of work based on their experiences and discoveries. The end result became a series of impossible postcards combining photography, collage and illustration to create hallucinatory dreamscapes that compress time, space and memory while pushing the limits of reality.
You can learn more about this series by reading Elizabeth Horkley’s, of Atlas Obscura, detailed four part blog documenting our journey and artwork.
Additional images were taken on 35mm film and soaked in various water sources collected along the way. The chemical reaction of various elements found with the water with the film results in a dream set of landscapes.