Lindsey M. Roberts is a freelance newspaper and magazine writer. Her work has appeared in the The Washington Post, National Geographic, Preservation, Better Homes & Gardens' Do It Yourself magazine, Architect, Residential Architect, Apartment Therapy, the Smith Alumnae Quarterly, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Seattle Homes & Lifestyles, and Seattle magazine, among others. For the Post, she writes the monthly shopping column and is a frequent contributor to the On Parenting section. Her stories for both sections get picked up by newspapers around the country. In 2011, she helped launch Gray magazine, about design in the Pacific Northwest.
Lindsey grew up in Seattle, attended Smith College in Massachusetts, and spent the lion's share of her twenties in Washington, D.C., where she was assistant managing editor for five of Hanley Wood's B2B magazines about architecture and design, including the AIA's Architect. She has interviewed Frank Lloyd Wright's photographer, reported on the International Contemporary Furniture Fair and High Point Market, and spoken about how to hire an architect.
Today, she lives outside of Seattle with her husband and two sweet children.