Lindy lived and worked in New York City for 20 yrs before moving to California in 2003. In New York, she earned her degree in Illustration from Parsons School of Design as an honored student of the Dean’s list. She worked for several ad agencies, including Young & Rubicam and Landor Associates, working on accounts such as SONY Music, Hallmark Entertainment, HBO, Newsweek Magazine, WeightWatchers and Walnut Crest Wines. She also worked in publishing for magazines such as Country Living, PC Computing, Reader’s Digest and American Lawyer. Lindy ran the national iconic, American Salon Magazine as Design Director up to and during it’s 125th anniversary.In San Diego, Lindy’s pursuits landed her the role of Art Director for Pegasus Marketing & Design, a boutique agency specializing in print. A few years later she became Creative Director for Randall International, makers of personal care products for the hotel and spa industries with a focus on package design. She concurrently started teaching typography for publication design at the Art Institute of San Diego before moving to Los Angeles in 2009. In LA Lindy became the Art Director for Whole Life Times Magazine before going full-time into running Bostrom Graphics.
Additionally Lindy practices and teaches yoga and is a certified Yoga Therapist. Yoga helps to maintain balance in her life and the lives of her students by the physical and mental/spiritual practice and instruction of such. The practice informs her business relations on the level of personal integrity, accountability and in building peaceful, productive relationships. You can find out more about her yogic life at Lindyoga.com.
“As the owner of Bostrom Graphics, my goal is to work with conscientious, entrepreneurial-spirited companies who are ready to take their business to the next level, both professionally and personally. From the personal aspect, I propose that when you take a leap of faith and do what you are really passionate about, your drive, energy and chances of success increase exponentially. It is my opinion that far too many people spend the majority of their precious time on this planet doing things that they have no passion for. I encourage my clients to change that, either by taking action on a dream that they’ve been holding onto or by taking a new look at what they already do, and finding a renewed sense of inspiration within it.” —Lindy Bostrom