Meet Alumna Lindsay Kreighbaum ’12, LA Photographer

Lindsay Kreighbaum ’12, a graduate of the Photography and Studio Art programs, has experienced success as a Los Angeles-based commercial photographer, specializing in food, product, and stop motion.

“I feel pretty lucky that I am still doing today what I pursued when I was 18!” says Kreighbaum. “In college, I had numerous internships assisting artists, working at printing studios, and even photographing for an online clothing company. After college, I worked at a portrait studio in Manhattan’s Upper East Side before relocating to the West Coast.”

Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, Kreighbaum maintained highly active business with clients such as Ladder Sport, Mauna Loa, Herbalife, Snap Kitchen, and more. She also produced special projects around her interest in people and food. Recently, Kreighbaum was featured in The San Diego Union-Tribune for her photography work documenting restaurants struggling with lockdowns during the pandemic.

To learn more about Lindsay Kreighbaum ’12 and how she succeeds as a professional photographer, check out her Q&A with Shoutout Social.

Interested in seeing how she uses photography to turn food into art? Check out her Instagram page or professional website at lindsaykphoto.com.

Congratulations on all your success, Lindsay!

Our Town Features Judith Mara Carson Center for Visual Arts Announcement

Our Town, a news organization that covers the Upper East Side, recently included the Judith Mara Carson Center for Visual Arts announcement as a part of a story detailing the revival of arts in New York City.