Lindsay Giedl is a choreographer, teacher, and dancer currently working in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a graduate of The University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance and has studied with Lisa Fusillo, Colleen Barnes, Elizabeth Osborne-Kibbe, and Chris Coates-Mitchell. She was a founding member of CADE:NCE – Contemporary African Dance Ensemble: New Conscious Explorations under the direction of Tamara Thomas. Lindsay danced at the Rex Nettleford Arts Conference in Kingston, Jamaica and DANCE Africa in Brooklyn NY as well as presented her choreography at the American College Dance Association Conference. She can also be seen in the indie film “The Last of Robin Hood”, “Honey 4” as well as Corey Smith’s music video “Honky Tonkin’ in My Blood”.
Lindsay danced with The Modern Pin Ups Dance Company from 2012 to 2018 and resided as the Company Director for the Apprentice Company for the 2017 – 2018 season. In 2017, she created the professional company Linds&co., as a branch off her undergraduate thesis project – creating works with post-modern socio-political contemporary and improvisational movement. Lindsay is also one of the Co-Founders of Counterpoint Dance Company residing at The University of Georgia and served as the Artistic Director from 2015 to 2018.
Lindsay’s work was recently accepted for the PANDEMIC ATLANTA Choreographer search with the City of Atlanta – Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs and was selected to present new work for the Fall for Fall Dance Festival, a new socially distanced dance festival. Lindsay is also the 2020-2021 recipient of the Kristel Rose Tedesco Residency with Mathematics-in-Motion.
Lindsay is in her fourth year working with the Joffrey Ballet School. She is currently the Administrative Director/Faculty of the Joffrey Ballet School Summer Programs – Joffrey South and Joffrey Colorado Springs and taught Contemporary with Joffrey Southwest in Texas.