Amy provides support for a range of creative initiatives in the areas of strategy, funding, communications and creative producing.

Amy supports a number of arts clients as a freelance grant writer. She has assessed arts funding applications for the Regional Arts Fund and ArtsNSW. Previously, Amy was Funding and Research Officer at Regional Arts NSW. She is currently the Community Partnerships Advisor at Bell Shakespeare.

Amy is interested in measuring and articulating impact in the arts. In her role as Projects and Communications Officer at UTS Shopfront, she was responsible for the 2016 Impact Report. For Bell Shakespeare she was a key driver behind the 2017 Impact Report.


Previous producing roles include Associate Producer on Big hART’s The Namatjira Project and Producer of The Checkout for Schools for Giant Dwarf. In 2011 Amy established Sydney Writers' Room in Trades Hall alongside founder Charles Firth. Amy was a member of the Board of Outback Theatre for Young People for eight years including a term as Chair. Amy holds a Graduate Diploma in Arts Management from UTS.