After growing up in Mississippi, Amy moved to NYC to explore outlets for storytelling. She grew adept at discovering unique and unusual characters, and began to turn the skills she'd developed editing documentary and unscripted television series like House Hunters International (HGTV) and American Ripper (History) into a mechanism for developing TV and feature film projects around the characters she's discovered.
By 2018, Amy had earned an Emmy award for her work on Netflix's Queer Eye, and founded Audio Photo Synthesis with her engineer/audio guru husband Joel. The company brings technical and engineering acumen to bear on the creative development process—combining an instinct for offbeat and irreverent stories with the strong knack for planning, workflow, and crew resource management. Their work together results in rich, engaging content guided by hard work, good sense, and fair play.