A Boston area based artist, producing video art for projection, installation and online, Amy has lived and worked extensively in Boston, Cambridge, Long Beach and Los Angeles.

Influenced by early feminist pioneers in video art and current video experimentation, Amy’s work is deeply grounded in environmental concerns, local economies, community and language. Her work has been exhibited and screened nationally and internationally, and has been awarded multiple residency programs in California and Colorado.

Growing up outside the Cleveland area in the Rust Belt, family roots impacted her experience of landscape, environmental issues and the struggles for use and conservation. Familial ties worked in the food industry, manufacturing, dairy farming, feed mills, coal mines and paper mills in rural Southern Ohio down to the edges of Appalachia.  

She continues to challenge her working methods and ongoing practice, medium, tools, discovery through experiment and chance, intuition and actions. The pleasures of inquisitive searching, relentless research, a good adventure and a great story, gain momentum.

Along with her art practice, Amy is currently working at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, as the group administrator for two research labs working focused on air pollution, climate change, and clean energy development and storage.

Graduated from Tufts University, Medford and University of California, Irvine.

'til the Cows Come Home Still

Yampa Sounds Still