Born in 1980, Lindsay Fogg-Willits moved to Northampton as a young child where she attended local schools before heading to Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY where she received her BS in Art in 2002. After moving back to Northampton that year, she opened Art Always: an arts program for children, teenagers and adults based in Florence, MA. In addition to her work at Art Always, Lindsay taught as a public high school art teacher from 2003 – 2007 before leaving to pursue Art Always and her work as a fine artist, full time. She is also the Administrative Director of Deerfield Academy Summer Arts program, a teacher at the Hill Institute in Florence, MA and a frequent visiting artist to local schools and programs including her recent participation in a grant-based art program for inmates at the Hampshire County House of Correction in Northampton, MA.

Lindsay shows her work at the Oxbow Gallery in Northampton, MA. She has also exhibited at Ferrin Gallery in Pittsfield, MA, Canyon Ranch in Lenox, Hosmer and APE Galleries in Northampton and the Schick Gallery in Saratoga Springs. Lindsay's work is a part of numerous collections internationally.