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Lindsay Armstrong is a Los Angeles based film & tv editor. Originally from Arizona, she earned her MFA from the School of Cinematic Arts at USC, where she quickly formed a deep love of editing. Following her graduation from USC, Lindsay moved to the Bay Area and worked as an Assistant Editor at Pixar Animation Studios. She is proud to have been on the editing teams behind Finding Dory and Onward.

As an editor, Lindsay has cut a variety of projects, including the Blumhouse feature film Soft & Quiet, which premiered in competition at the 2022 SXSW Film Festival, Amazon's The Summer I Turned Pretty, based on the YA book series by Jenny Han, and Netflix's series XO, Kitty. She recently edited Thembi Banks's feature film directorial debut, Young. Wild. Free., which premiered at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival. 

She is a member of the Motion Picture Editor's Guild's Women’s Steering Committee, and was a 2021-2023 mentee in the ACE Diversity In Editing Mentorship Program. 

Aside from editing, Lindsay loves swimming, yoga, dancing, reading, and watching live theater. Her lifelong passion for music and psychology continue to influence her sensibilities as an editor and collaborator. 

Lindsay is represented by Laura Brokaw, Melanie Ramsayer, and Walker Harris at The Gersh Agency.

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