Lobster Bios

Lindsay head shotLindsay is a recent graduate of the Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. During her college years, she held internships at Capitol Records, a large public relations firm, a booking agency, and on a high-profile U.S. Senate campaign.

Originally from the great state of Washington, Lindsay has crisscrossed the country, spending time in Ohio, Tennessee, and now California. She is currently soaking up the sun in Los Angeles working on music in the television and film industry.

In her spare time, Lindsay enjoys watching classic movies, reading classic literature, visiting her family, and writing for “Save the Lobsters”, a blog which she co-founded with transcontinental friend Katelyn Osborne.

Katelyn pictureKatelyn graduated in 2006 with a music business degree from a small university in Columbus, Ohio where she involved herself with local arts organizations such as the Jazz Arts Group and the Columbus Symphony. After graduation she packed up her life and headed to the big city of Washington, DC for an opportunity with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts followed by continued work in the non-profit sector as an event planner. It was during this time that she, along with her best friend living in LA, began their blog Save the Lobsters as a way of communicating across the country.

Keeping with the theme of challenges and changes, Katelyn has recently relocated to a new city in the mid-west for an opportunity to try her hand in the for-profit world as a project manager.

In her free time Katelyn enjoys reading classic literature, knitting, journaling, wine-tasting, letter-writing (as old-fashioned as it is) and of course, music of all kinds.

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