Amy is an artist and maker working on a range of creative projects that are always driven by creating a sense of fun, playfulness and spreading joy. Her bold use of colour, innate sense of pattern and whimsical drawing style has been utilised as set designs for film, festival installations and interior print designs. It is this lively aesthetic has led her to be selected for TexSelect, exhibit at Premier Vision (Paris), work as an artist in residency for Cosmique Global (New Delhi), and exhibit at Brainchild Festival. Her work can also be found at Oliver Bonas, Lemonhead Print, Something About Magazine and Utelier. With a strong passion for community based art, she has currently worked as an artist in residency within primary schools in South East London where she runs art workshops in painting, printing, 3D sculpture and murals. Amy graduated from Chelsea College of Art in 2015 where she studied printed textile design and currently lives and works in London.
- Independently facilitating and running weekly art workshops in painting, printing, textiles, scultpure and community art with primary school children - Supporting teachers and senior leaders with art curriculum, planning and individual skills -Working in variety of schools as an artist in residency to consult on art curriculum, transforming learning environments and large scale, whole school art projects
- Pitched, designed, made and installed own art work to exhibit at Brainchild Festival 2019. - Created a colourful seated sun shelter for public to interact with, sit in and enjoy
- Art director for fashion short 'What About Me?'
- Art Director for the feature film 'Into the Mirror'
i specialised in print design where I gained skills in screen printing, digital prints, dying colours and 3D building. I went on in my final year to focus on art direction and styling where I created a stop motion shoot for an interactive textiles art piece.