Lindsay Jones is an award-winning composer and sound designer.
• In theatre, he has been nominated for the Tony Awards of Best Score and Best Sound Design of a Play. His Broadway credits include Slave Play, The Nap, Bronx Bombers and A Time To Kill. His off-Broadway work has been heard at Playwrights Horizons, The Public Theater, MCC, Primary Stages, and many others. International credits include works at Royal Shakespeare Festival (UK), Stratford Festival (Canada), and many others. Lindsay has created music and sound for over 500 productions in regional theatres across the US. Awards include seven Joseph Jefferson Awards and twenty-four nominations, 2 ASCAP Plus Awards, two Ovation Awards and three nominations, a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award, a San Diego Theatre Critics Circle Award and two nominations, as well as multiple nominations for Drama Desk Awards, Helen Hayes Awards, Barrymore Awards, and many others.
• In film, he has created original score for over 35 projects, including HBO Films’ A Note Of Triumph: The Golden Age of Norman Corwin, which won the 2006 Academy Award for Best Documentary, Short Subject. His work encompasses features like The View From Tall, Ash, and The Brass Teapot; shorts such as The Follower, House Of Stairs, and Grace; and full-length documentaries such as Hearing Voices and Cleaveland.
• In television and commercials, Lindsay created the score for Sony Pictures’ series Family Practice for Lifetime Television, as well as Brothers-In-Law for Jay-O Productions. Original music for commercials includes clients like Martha Stewart, Staples, Nike, Smarty Pants, and many others.
• In podcasts, Lindsay is currently the in-house composer/sound designer for the weekly podcast The Imagine Neighborhood, produced by the Committee For Children. Other podcast and audio drama work includes A Streetcar Named Desire (starring Audra McDonald) for Audible, Wormwood (featuring Kevin Kline) for Real Jetpacks Productions, Soundstage for Playwrights Horizons, and The Intersect for Micromass.
• In video games, Lindsay created the original music and sound design for The Digits: Fraction Blast, available now on iOS and Android platforms.
• In education, Lindsay is currently an adjunct professor of sound design at University of North Carolina School Of The Arts. Other universities where he’s taught include Yale, Juilliard, Northwestern, Purdue, Depaul, NYU, UCLA, UCSD, UC Irvine, Rutgers, University of Illinois, and Chapman.
• In advocacy, Lindsay is a founding member and the co-chair of the executive board of Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association (TSDCA), and co-founded The Collaborator Party with John Gromada. In 2018, Lindsay and John received a special citation from USITT for their work on behalf of the theatre community.