“Research is formalized curiosity.”
- Zora Neale Hurstonlew@masonarch.com
Experience and education meet the Secretary of the Interior’s standards for Architectural History.
Master of Historic Preservation with certificate in Environmental Ethics, The University of Georgia, 2013
Bachelor of Arts, Art History, Agnes Scott College, 2005
Lindsey has been with MASON since 2018.
Lindsey has loved old buildings for as long as she can remember. The beauty, history and adaptability of historic architecture make it endlessly fascinating to research and write about. Professionally, Lindsey enjoys both archival research and hands-on preservation work. Her interests include building materials conservation and the preservation of coastal historic structures. She joins MASON with several years’ experience as an architectural historian in Louisiana and Georgia.
When she’s not at work, Lindsey is usually reading, spending time at the beach and learning more about Hawaii.