An Independent Creative Producer, Programmer & Consultant striving to future proof & diversify Arts & Culture. 

Devising projects* that develop future audiences, future artists and a future creative workforce. 

*Projects have included: city wide festivals, large scale events, lectures, websites, workshops, web applications, installations, parties and projects.

Amy's projects work with children and young people as curators, artists and producers.





Amy has collaborated with Young Rewired State, Fierce Festival, TEDxBrum, Watershed, Tate Liverpool, Capsule, IdeasTap, mac birmingham and Arts Council England.

 In 2015 Amy became one of the inaugural Fellows at BOM (Birmingham Open Media) and part of the Arts Council / Innovate UK funded Arts and Technology Pilot at NearNow studio in Nottingham.

Amy's research at BOM and NearNow explores parenting and play in the 21st Century and specifically Radical Childcare interventions and the sharing economy. 


Amy has developed and curated a range of bespoke workshops for young people aged16-24yrs that aim to demystify the creative and cultural sector helping to find a route in, whether as an employee, freelancer or as an entrepreneur.

Birmingham SOUP 

In 2015 Amy founded Birmingham SOUP. Birmingham SOUP is a microgranting dinner celebrating & supporting creative projects in Birmingham inspired by #DetroitSOUP