Teacher, Writer, and Filmmaker in Denver, CO
Lindsay Clark is a writer, educator, new media professional, ed/tech specialist, and former global nomad.
Now a resident of Denver, Lindsay spent much of her young adulthood being semi-nomadic and traveling the world. She graduated with honors from Indiana University with a B.A. in Studio Art and Art History and, more recently, received her M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Goddard College.
In 2009, she won the World Traveler Internship from STA Travel, beating over 700+ applicants to document 2.5 months of extensive travel for a marketing campaign—for which she produced 29 short travel videos, 2500+ photographs, and over 56 articles.
Lindsay spent seven wonderful years teaching with THINK Global School, the world’s first nomadic high school. She began as the documentarian and quickly became the Creative Arts teacher. Within six months she was tasked with creating a curriculum for all students in new media skills, a course she developed and taught for five years. This success led to her promotion as a Curriculum Developer for the new multi-disciplinary and place-based Changemaker Program, a year-long position followed by a year to implement it as an educator and advisor. Lindsay left to pursue her career in writing and to live a more static life.
Currently, Lindsay is finishing a travel and cultural memoir called Rose Apples and the Infinite Rest. It covers many hefty topics such as the white savior complex, race and cross-cultural relations, and grief set in the mountains of Fiji's big island.
She has also started a micro bakery in the central Denver area—Pangea's Oven—specializing in naturally leavened sourdough and celebrating food traditions from around the globe.