SVP of Development and Business Affairs
Lindsay Schwartz joined Collins Avenue in 2011. Since then, she has produced and worked on the development of several series such as Lifetime's breakout hit franchise, "Dance Moms", "Dance Moms Miami", and "Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition"; E!'s docusoap, "The Drama Queen"; Dance On's top-rated competition series, "Dance Showdown"; WeTV’s newest docu-series “Sisters In Law” to premiere in early 2016, as well as multiple pilots and presentations for networks including National Geographic, HGTV, Food Network, A&E, WeTV, CMT and Style.
As a Los Angeles native, Lindsay has a deep-seeded 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 and the California Bar Association.
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.
Lindsay is delighted to have dual responsibilities in both Development and Business Affairs, which has proven to be a perfect harmony for her artistic and analytical background.