Lindsay Caddle LaPointe is a dancer, teacher, choreographer, videographer and video editor. She received her bachelor of arts degree in Dance/Performance from Roger Williams University and her masters degree in dance and technology from The Ohio State University’s department of dance.
In 2010 she started her own video production company, Linden Tree Productions that provides video support to dancers and artists. LTP has provided video support for the Bebe Miller Company, Locality 2012 Dance Festival, VSA Ohio, the Boston Center for the Arts’ Dance Residency Program, The Dance Complex and many independent dance companies.
Her ongoing dance for camera project, OVERSIZED, takes her to sites that house large-scale artwork of everyday objects. The first four videos in this series, CORN, STAMP, CHAIR AND BASKET were presented at the Urban Arts Space in Columbus, OH. Her video, Preserving Friendship, was shown at The Wexner Center for the Arts- Ohio Shorts and it’s premiere at Feverhead in Columbus, OH was named one of the best events of 2011 by the Columbus Alive.
During the summer she works at the Bates Dance Festival as the Media Supervisor. While there, she has documented and edited performances for Rennie Harris Pure Movement, Doug Varone and Dancers, the Bebe Miller Company, and Camille A. Brown and Dancers among many others. In 2015 she produced a short documentary, Practicing the Present: Improvising at The Bates Dance Festival, where she interviewed the faculty, artists and musicians about how improvisation shows up in all aspects of the festival.
She has taught dance and communication courses at The Ohio State University, Ohio University and Muskingum University and currently teaches at Dean College and Regis College.
LaPointe had performed in over 60 works in Rhode Island, Boston, MA and Columbus, OH. Choreographers included: Anna Sokolow, Trisha Brown, Sean Curran, Danny Buraczeski and many independent artists. Currently she is a dancer for Public Displays of Motion with Peter DiMuro.
She has also choreographed over 20 works for the stage and camera including her collaboration work with Keely Shaffer-Glenn, Black, White and Read All Over, was presented at the Ohio Dance Festival in 2011.