Amy graduated with a BA in fine art from Central Saint Martins in 2012, where she specialised in immersive installations and wrote her dissertation on the fandom of Elvis Presley. She fell into the world of set design after being invited to participate in a film-making residency in Sicily, in affiliation with the Fiorucci Arts Trust. Amy has since worked across the fashion, music and commercial industries, creating sets for the likes of The Specials, LEGO, Adidas and Disney, building a strong stylistic identity along the way. Her first feature film is to due for release in 2021.
Having always been driven by a love for interior design, Amy decided in 2016 to make a move into the industry, her first major project being Margate Location House - a shoot location, boutique holiday let, and artist residency space, which has since been featured by the Observer, BBC, Metro, TimeOut, and Emily Henson's interiors book 'Be Bold'.
With an approach unconstrained by conformity and pretence, Amy's interiors draw on the playful, immersive quality of her previous installation art, while her daring use of colour and diverse mix of influences - Elvis's Graceland, 80's Motels, Changing Rooms - make her interiors fun and accessible.
Amy has since been commisioned to design interiors for Dreamland, The George & Heart Hotel, indie music venue Elsewhere, and female creative hub UGOTTHEPWR. In 2020, Amy teamed up with fellow designers Jessica du Preez (@pohmaluna) and Elouise Farley (@ladywood___) to create interior design agency Studio Margate, with their first commission Margate Suites - a stylised holiday let and shoot location - launching last summer.