LINDSAY CARRON (b. 1989, Racine, Wisconsin) is an environmental activist and artist who creates place-based works that reflect humankind’s relationship to wild lands. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Pepperdine University and has since completed uplifting community art projects in California, Alaska, Kenya, and Mexico. Carron is an artist in residence with US Fish and Wildlife Service in Alaska’s 16 National Wildlife Refuges and illustrated three children’s books with Sealaska Heritage Institute. She has painted murals for City of Malibu, The Whale Museum of San Juan Island, and Culver City, amongst others. Carron resides in Los Angeles where she creates drawings from her studio and works with her community on environmentally minded public art.