Lindsey Bell is originally from Maryland and began her training at White Marsh Ballet Academy under the instruction of Sandra Harris and Shari Bickel. Upon graduating high school, Lindsey studied at the University of Oklahoma School of Dance where she was mentored by Mary Margaret Holt, Jeremy Lindberg, Clara Cravey, Steve Brule, and Ilya Kozadayev. At OU, Lindsey was able to perform classical and contemporary works as well as perform in the musical, On The Town, and the opera, Don Giovanni. She also choreographed for the Young Choreographer's Showcase on her fellow peers.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2015, Lindsey joined the Ballet Theatre of Maryland as an Apprentice. She was promoted to Soloist in 2017 and has been a Principal with the company since 2019. With BTM, she has performed many different roles including the Evil Queen Regina in Snow White, the Spanish Princess and a Big Swan in Swan Lake, the title role in Dianna Cuatto's An American Southwest Carmen, Lucy in Eddie Stewart’s Dracula, Swanhilda in Coppelia, Myrtha in Giselle, and the pas de deux female in Les Sylphides. Lindsey has had the opportunity to choreograph on the Ballet Theatre of Maryland dancers with her works Mudita premiering in 2021, Sanctuary in Chaos in 2022, and her most recent work, ἀγάπη (agapē) in 2023.