Amy started as a runner and grew to running her own production company, where she produced and directed the 3D Feature Doc called 1 Way Up which was a co production with Shine Global in New York. The film played in 3D at various festivals and was sold to Netflix in the US, Canada and UK, and was broadcast on MTV. The film continues to play to young people across the world and was screened in theatrical 3D across Picturehouse Cinemas in London. Whilst completing the film, Amy attended the NFTS graduating from the 'Creative Business for Entrepreneurs and Executives' course. She has directed over 50 audio books, including the hugely successful Mortal Engines series, several corporate films for clients including think tank RUSI and the City Lit University, and worked as professional photographer for The New Black Film Collective. Her recent short film Itsy - co directed with Premila Puri - has screened at 16 International Festivals and has won 4 awards.
Amy first joined Molinare as part of the Film London 'Return to Work' scheme, which focuses on re-training parents or carers who are looking to return to work in the post sector.
Amy is passionate about the art of colour, cinematography as well as combining business and creativity.