Born in 1993 in Beverley, East Yorkshire; Amy's love of horses was first ignited by her mother who worked with racehorses from a young age. A path Amy soon followed, gaining her first job in racing at the age of 14. She most recently worked for William Haggas in Newmarket where she now resides, dedicating her full working life to her art.
Amy was creative from a young age and almost all of her creations where equine related. She recalls,
'My parents could never afford to get me a pony, so drawing them was the next best thing!'
She has since portrayed hundreds of horses in different mediums, building a diverse portfolio and a growing list of clients. Her work hangs in homes around the World including Japan, Dubai, America, Canada, Ireland and England. Mainly self-taught, Amy's years of hands-on experience working with horses, strong interests in breeding and pedigrees combined with an undeniable love for painting and drawing have helped her refine her craft to become one of England's most respected equine artists.