linden tree productions


On set of the dance for camera, "HARES"   Photo Credit: Katie Aylward

On set of the dance for camera, "HARES"

Photo Credit: Katie Aylward

Created in 2010 by Lindsay Caddle LaPointe,  Linden Tree Productions provides video and dance support for your art and life memories.  Lindsay Caddle LaPointe documents stage dances as if she were a part of the dance and edits video as if she were choreographing.  Through her teaching in video and dance she is always striving to learn new things to pass along.    Whether you are looking to promote your work through video, learn a new dance move or need advice with dance and technology - Linden Tree Productions would be glad to help you. 

 

Lindsay Caddle LaPointe: 

dancer

teacher

videographer

award winning video editor

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Welcome to LTP’s Fall Intern!

Lisa Lam is an animator and filmmaker in the Boston area. She has a passion for storytelling through art, music, and dance. She enjoys how vulnerable and personal she can get with her art through dance and music. In the summer, she is a park ranger at Lowell National Historical Park.

Lisa will be working on a social media project called 10 years, 10 videos as well as learning to record dance performances.



education

She received her bachelor of arts degree in Dance/Performance from Roger Williams University and her master's degree in Dance and Technology from The Ohio State University’s department of dance.

Photo credit: Nikki Carrara

Photo credit: Nikki Carrara

 

Notable clients

The Bates Dance Festival

The Boston Foundation
Live Arts Grant recipients 2018

The Landmarks Orchestra 

Boston Center for the Arts'
Dance Residencies and Run of the Mills

The Dance Complex

Peter DiMuro | Public Displays of Motion

Bebe Miller Company

Wondertwins

KAIROS Dance Theater

Locality 2012 Dance Festival

VSA Ohio

 
 

teaching

Currently Lindsay teaches at Dean College in a variety of courses: Dance Film Survey, Arts in the Internet Age, Improvisation, Modern Foundations and Modern|Contemporary.

She also teaches dance to teens at Setting the Barre Dance Academy.

 

Teaching Philosophy

Modern Dance

Through my practice of teaching I strive to keep things new and fresh.  Upon doing this, natural patterns emerge and a vocabulary is formed.  Modern dance to me comes from the individual and the past that lives inside them.  For myself, influences from other individual modern teachers, ballet technique, jazz and hip hop expressions are molded into what I call my individual modern dance style.

Students in my classes learn through repetition and the experience of moving.  They follow along until it feels correct for their bodies.  As we move I give images and suggestions of how they can execute the dance better.  It is my goal for people to dance as long in their lives as possible.  In keeping this goal I remind students to relax, find proper placement and rely on the support of the floor.

The choreography technique of accumulation is used to break down the movements in my classes.  Slowly the steps tack onto one another as I bounce the movement from one side to the next building the dance phrase.  This allows for the opposite side to not feel so daunting.

Overall, dancing to me should be joyful.  The music and movement should inspire and surprise the students.  As John Cage states in his 10 Rules for Students and Teachers, “Be happy whenever you can manage it.  Enjoy yourself.  It is lighter than you think.”

 

 

 

dance

Company Member of Public Displays of Motion / Peter DiMuro

"Dance Happens Here" (c) Masary Studios/Dance Complex 2017   Photo: Aram Bogohsian

"Dance Happens Here"
(c) Masary Studios/Dance Complex 2017

Photo: Aram Bogohsian

“House of the Accumulated Beauties”   Photo Credit: Olivia Moon Photography/@halfasianlens, Courtesy of Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion

“House of the Accumulated Beauties”

Photo Credit: Olivia Moon Photography/@halfasianlens, Courtesy of Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion