BIO Amy grew up in Tennessee. At an early age, her grandfather gave her a 1970's Canon. She studied English Literature in college, yet always carried that old camera. She began her career in New Orleans and later moved to New York City where she began focusing on what she noticed was always her favorite subject - people. As a commercial and editorial photographer she takes a genuine, yet fashion-conscious approach to photographing personalities. Her focus is people, culture and style. She is driven by narrative and inspired by nature, art, fashion and travel. Her work is requested by national and international clients such as The New York Times, BlackBook, 7 For All Mankind, Simon & Schuster, Travel+Leisure, Garden & Gun, Anthology, LA Confidential, The Sunday Times of London, Warner Bros., NBC/Universal, Style.com, The Hollywood Reporter, Los Angeles Magazine and Spanish Vogue, to name a few. She has photographed a wide array of artists, musicians, models, media folks, top fashion designers, writers, directors, actors and other creative people. Amy is based in Los Angeles where she enjoys hikes deep in the canyons, anything by Joan Didion, and pinot noir. She suffers from wanderlust and still makes good use of the film camera her grandfather gave her.