Michael Lindsay-Hogg New York, NY, b. 1940
Best known for his work as a director in film, music videos, and theater,
Michael Lindsay-Hogg began his career in British television, directing music videos for the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. The son of Geraldine Fitzgerald, Lindsay-Hogg grew up around actors including Charlie Chaplin, Orson Welles, and Humphrey Bogart. After decades documenting some of Britain’s most beloved musicians, Lindsay-Hogg directed Tony-award nominated Broadway plays and countless films. Throughout his entire career, Lindsay-Hogg has always painted. His talent for storytelling comes across in his character-driven paintings, rich with color and atmosphere.