Meet Lindsay Rae
OVER 800 women Photographed as an empowerment photographer
Award-winning Motivational Speaker
Silver Anthem Award for Diversity & Inclusion
2 co-authored books with Impact awards
100s of media appearances
Lindsay Rae is an award-winning empowerment photographer turned body image activist, whose TEDx talk has been viewed 70,000 times. Now she teaches students and professionals how to turn self hate into self love. While photographing over 700 women she realized how damaging the beauty propaganda machine is, and it all hinges on one word: “If.” IF I can live up to some teeny narrow-minded societal standard of beauty, then maybe I’ll be happy?” Lindsay is on a mission to break this stigma and encourage students to embrace their unique qualities while becoming more inclusive-minded individuals because everyone deserves to feel welcome and confident on campus. Through unveiling tricks of the beauty industry, sharing stories of overcoming trauma, and giving concrete tools for changing the way we talk to ourselves, Lindsay empowers students to silence their “if’s” and embrace the beauty and individuality of themselves and their peers.
How to work With lindsay
1. Event Discovery Call
Book a 20-minute discovery call to outline your audience and event goals.
2. Get a Personalized Program
Lindsay will work with you to develop the program that is best for your event with your specific audience in mind. Together you will brainstorm creative ways to get the most out of your event experience.
3. Transform from self hate to self love
Lindsay will rock the stage, and your audience leaves with a new sense of confidence.
Award-Winning Inspirational Speaker
Lindsay has spoken on many stages, platforms, tv programs and so much more over the last number of months. Most recently this spoken mission to breed self-acceptance placed 1st for the Largest Speaking Competition in North America, SpeakerSlam.
“You brought me on a journey. One that left me with goosebumps, tears in my eyes, and a sense of empowerment that couldn’t help but bubble up to the surface. This is a PSA that should be required for every young girl navigating the ugly side of this world. You spoke to my 12-year-old, overweight, inner child who didn’t know how to rectify my father’s comment of ‘putting on some weight there huh kiddo? The whole world needs to hear this message. Bravo!”
Award Winning Activist Author Speaker and Photographer