Hi There! My name is Lindsey Turner and I’m delighted you’re here! As I look back on a lifetime of my photographs there is one common thread - they’re all pictures of people. Putting people at ease and allowing them space to be themselves — eliciting an honest expression — that is my goal for every session.
I grew up in Litchfield County Connecticut, moved to Manhattan and later settled in Brooklyn Heights with my husband. After a decade in the city we decided to return to our hometown — yup, my husband and I have known each other since we were 4 and 5 years old.
I have a Bachelor of Arts in classical voice, recorded a jazz album in my early 20s, and for more than fifteen years worked in development, marketing and public relations for arts non-profits in New York and Connecticut including The Metropolitan Opera, The Performing Arts Center at Purchase College, The Litchfield Jazz Festival and Litchfield Jazz Camp. I’ve given hundreds of interviews (radio, TV and print), and my photographs and words have been published in countless national and regional publications.
In my early 30’s, a few years after my son was born, I knew it was time for me to pivot and focus on enhancing peoples lives through photography.
I am fiercely loyal. My husband refers to me as “the glue” as I prioritize and work on the relationships in our lives. One of the most important relationships in my life was with my grandmother Victoria. We were truly kindred spirits. What I wouldn’t give now to have beautiful photographs that captured this connection. It’s for this reason I encourage my families to invite grandparents to a portion of their session.