If you ever find yourself on a mountainside with a camera crew, fading light and blizzard fast approaching Amy’s the producer you want with you. 

Part producer, part aqua girl Amy has 16 years experience working in one of the toughest environments there is… the film and television industry.

In that time she has worked both in front and behind the camera, wearing a licorice allsorts of hats – producer (VFX, post, animation, digital, agency & line), actor, director, 1st AD, marketing and sponsorship.

Amy has produced everything from cinema to digital for some of the largest and most successful advertising agencies and clients in Australasia. Including banks, FMCG, telecommunications and retail. 

Amy’s experience and passion for storytelling doesn’t stop there. Frackman, a feature length documentary, she collaborated on about coal seam gas mining and fracking was released in early 2015, and she is about to depart on a research trip to Tonga for a mini-documentary about Cetacean aided Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (don’t ask, it’s something to do with whales, dolphins and healing). 

Inspired by New Zealand and Australia’s spectacular landscapes and the people who live in them, she has all the skills to bring Soul Places to life. Even if that means piggybacking Mark and crew down a slippery mountainside in a snowstorm. She will always go the extra mile to ensure the job gets done in the face of adversity, because she believes in the cause.