Lindsay is theoretically concerned with social inequality and power relations as well as the archaeology of human-animal relationships. Additional interests include archaeology and ethics, public archaeology, religion/ritual/cults and archaeological survey. She is currently undertaking a spatial analysis of patterns of incipient ownership with the Çatalhöyük Research Project. Lindsay has previously carried out fieldwork at Alexandria Troas, Turkey and with the Belize Valley Archaeological Reconnaissance Project (BVAR) at the site of Baking Pot, Belize. She received her BA in Anthropology, Minor in Latin at the University of British Columbia and has a diploma in 3D Animation and Special Effects from Vancouver Film School.