SVP of Development and Business Affairs
Lindsay Schwartz joined Collins Avenue in 2011. Since then she has created, developed and produced several successful projects across a broad spectrum of networks and genres including reality, competition, documentary and recreation. Most recently she created and sold My Crazy Birth Story to TLC, Stove Tots to FYI, Best House on the Block to HGTV as well as several upcoming projects to USA, Lifetime, A&E and Food Network.
For the past 4 years, Lindsay has overseen the company’s robust development team and diverse development slate for all platforms. She is the lead creative voice behind Collins Avenue’s portfolio of original concepts, unique formats and fresh talent.
As a Los Angeles native, Lindsay has a deep-seated passion for the entertainment industry. She received her law degree from Southwestern Law School, where she graduated magna cum laude. She is a member of the State Bar of California.
Previously, Lindsay was an associate at Behr & Abramson, a boutique transactional entertainment law firm located in Beverly Hills. While at Behr & Abramson, she represented various television and motion picture writers, directors, producers and talent.