Director. Filmmaker. Storyteller.
In 2017 Amy’s first film, “American Girl” which she not only produced and directed, was released on Amazon Prime, Xbox, iTunes and Google Play. “American Girl” was an Official Selection for the LA Femme International Film Festival, holding its World Premiere at Regal Cinemas at LA LIVE in downtown Los Angeles. The film took home the award for “Best Feature Producer.” The film also screened around the country including at the Chicago International Movies and Music Festival (CIMMFest).
Amy's body of work over the last couple of years has lead her to being named one of Del Weston's “Top 100 Indie Filmmakers of 2015”. She was then selected for and participated in the 2016/2017 Women in Film Mentorship Program which aims at nurturing emerging talent in the entertainment industry. In 2018, Amy was also selected for and participated in Ryan Murphy’s HALF Foundation Directing Mentorship Program.
In 2019, Amy's pilot script won the Filmaka "Trapped" Web Series competition and was subsequently funded into a 10 episode short form series, called "Snares of the Devil". The series is currently being developed into a feature film.
Most recently, Amy's short film, "Yes Chef" won the 2020 Russo Brother's Film Forum. In November 2021, Amy's work was honored at the NIAF Gala in Washington, DC.
Amy is currently based in Los Angeles. She writing and developing multiple short, feature and episodic scripts.
Web Series Competition Winner
Top 100 Indie Filmmakers
Russo Brother's Film Forum 2020
"Yes Chef", a short film, received a grant in partnership with NIAF and ISDA.The film won the Forum and was honored in Washington, DC in 2021.
FILMAKA "Trapped" Winner 2019
"Snares of the Devil", a short form episodic series, was selected as the Pilot winner and funded into a 10 episode series.
HALF Foundation Mentee 2018
Selected for and participated in the Ryan Murphy Directing Mentorship Program, shadowing veteran director Jennifer Lynch on the hit Fox Television series
Women in Film Mentee 2016/17
Selected for and Participated in the WIF Mentorship Cycle as a Producing/Directing Mentee, shadowing Gaylyn Fraiche & Sarah Downey
Top Indie Filmmaker 2015
Following the success of her feature film, Amy was named one of Del Weston's Top 100 Indie Filmmakers of 2015
Best Producer of a Feature Film 2014
Won "Best Producer of a Feature Film" for narrative feature, "American Girl" at the 2014 LA Femme International Film Festival