Lindsey O’Donnell was the makeup artist for the short film, And Then I Woke Up, from writer-director Chris Aran, and responsible for the prosthetic makeup and on-screen aging of the actors as the movie progresses from the 1970’s to the present day…
And Then I Woke Up | Creating the Past in the Present
Lindsey’s subtle contributions to And Then I Woke Up belie her status as a relative newcomer to entertainment, with her tremendous talent already in evidence in productions from stage to screen.
After finishing studies in makeup and prosthetic special effects at Make-Up Designory in New York City, Lindsey almost immediately established her company, Symphony Blush (where she goes by the name Lindsey Ann), and began accumulating credits not only in film, but other parts of the entertainment industry as well. Her work, for example, with New York’s famed Comic Con is quickly becoming legend with a great sampling of photos on the Symphony Blush website.
Whether the scratches of a werewolf, of the hollow face of a zombie, Lindsey’s work is realistic and brings imagination to life in subtle tenderness or haunting horror.
Her consummate artistry and professionalism on the set of And Then I Woke Up, has already made her a first-call fixture in Chris Aran’s other productions including music videos from Morning Glory, I Am Machine Gun and the hilarious Punx Not Dead, I Am, where Lindsey created a life-sized cockroach that meanders aimlessly in the raucous milieu that takes place inside the cardboard box ‘home’ of a homeless man in the urban streets of New York City.
Lindsey O’Donnell | Company and Credits
It’s definitely worth a leap over to the Symphony Blush website to check out Lindsey’s other work at: www.symphonyblush.com
She is also beginning to develop on-screen momentum as Lindsey O’Donnell at her new IMDB Internet Movie Database page at: www.imdb.com/name/nm6008102/