new york, ny


Archerfish is a full-service creative production company founded by director and producer Lindsay Blatt.  She’s an expert at creating stories with clarity and emotion, providing clients with pre- and post-production, cinematograhy, and original music.

Lindsay has over a decade of experience in media, developing long and short form pieces for domestic and international organizations. Archerfish believes storytelling is the fundamental element in creating clean and engaging content across platforms. Archerfish works with a small team of exceptional producers, editors, composers, animators, and writers to deliver short films for a wide variety of clients.

She is currently producing a feature-length science documentary for VICE/Motherboard, with funding from The Simons Foundation. The film follows nine scientists across the world as they search for answers to some of humanity’s biggest questions. Together, the physicists, astronomers, biologists, and neuroscientists, explore the most unknown areas of each other’s work. Along the way, they stumble upon something fundamental about the nature of discovery: Why are seemingly unanswerable questions worth asking? Directed by Peabody Award-winning documentarian Ian Cheney and advised by legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog, the film will be released in early 2018.

Lindsay Blatt’s clients include The New York Times, Instagram, Newsweek, Vogue, Channel 13, UNICEF, Virgin Unite, Part2 Pictures, The Hepworth Wakefield Museum, Guyaki, Etsy, and the Victoria & Albert Museum. She has also worked on the PBS series Make ‘Em Laugh as well as the documentary Hey, Boo about Harper Lee, which aired on American Experience.  Her work has been featured in Harper’s Magazine, The New York Times Lens Blog, PDN, The Boston Globe’s Big Picture, This is the What, Yahoo! News, Mossless, and Modern Farmer.  Lindsay produced & directed a short on the Brooklyn restaurant EGG, which premiered at the New York City Food Film Festival. Lindsay’s first documentary, Herd In Iceland, about the island nation’s horse herders, has won over 15 festival awards and is airing on PBS.