- Program:Music Industry
- Division:Contemporary Music
Passionate about music and what it brings to the moving picture, Lindsay Wolfington has been working in music supervision for 15 years. She is known for her work on “One Tree Hill,” where she featured over 1700 songs from breaking artists to iconic names like Led Zeppelin and U2.
Wolfington is currently music supervising “The Royals” for E! (Mark Schwahn/Lionsgate), “Shadowhunters” for FreeForm, based on The Mortal Instruments book series and film, “Grad Night” and season 2 of “Freakish” (both AwesomenessTV for Hulu), and season 3 of “T@gged” (AwesomenessTV for go90). She recently finished co-music supervising “The Night Shift” on NBC and the film “You Get Me” (Netflix).
Wolfington’s previous work includes “The Client List” (Lifetime), “The Sing Off” (NBC), “Ghost Whisperer” (CBS), the musical web series “Side Effects,” “Pitch Slapped” (Lifetime), the web series T@gged, Guidance and Runaways, as well as documentaries “Janoskians: Untold and Untrue,” “Austin Mahone: My Journey” and “Mindless Behavior: All Around the World.” She got her start working with Jennifer Pyken and Madonna Wade-Reed on their projects “Felicity,” “Alias,” “Smallville,” “Boston Public,” and “Las Vegas.”