Creatives can learn a thing or two from artist, musician, and filmmaker Lindsay Katt.
Born in Mexico and raised in Montana, she moved to New York City to pursue music and currently works with The Foundation of Art and Healing. Fearless when it comes to her art, she sets an incredible example for her fellow artists, encouraging them to have the confidence and strength to reveal their vulnerability and true selves through their own work.
Katt recently released her indie film The Avant-Gardener, a project that was three years in the making. Combining 10 songs and 10 accompanying videos into a unified whole, it draws viewers into an elaborate, thought-provoking world as it follows the journey of an artist's self-discovery.
The Avant-Gardener was awarded Grand Prize for "Experimental Short" at the Rhode Island International Film Festival as well as winning the Grand Prize for "Experimental Short" and Grand Prize for "Best Editing" at The International Indie Gathering. Lindsay broke the film down and shared the inspiration behind its creation in this video interview for Musical Notes Global. Watch below.