Lindy Powers began her association with the photographic image as a model in the U.S. and Europe in the 1970s. In high demand for ten years, she worked with major photographers, fashion designers and directors, including a year of making television commercials with Federico Fellini.
It didn’t take long, however, for Lindy to become fascinated with the view from the other side of the lens. In the early 1980s, Lindy shifted to a career as a commercial photographer.
Lindy Powers works with a variety of clientele. Her client list includes the New York Times, GlaxoSmithKline, Women’s Wear Daily, Wedgewood Pharmacy, Aramark, Astra Zeneca and W.L. Gore.
Lindy’s photographs in the hardcover coffee table book, The Cleveland Indians: A Family Album, authored by Bill Levy and Steve Saferin, capture the behind-the-scenes personal relationships of the players, coaches and families of the Cleveland Indians Baseball Organization. The book has been hailed for its intimate portraits, and has become a baseball collectible.