After graduating from the University of York with a BA in Art History, Amy turned her focus to marketing in the creative sectors. Over the past 7 years, her career has taken her to far-flung cities like Tokyo, Seoul and Singapore.
As an interiors obsessive, she spends a lot of her time on Pinterest and Instagram, collecting ideas for her dream home. She joined Sustainable Kitchens as Marketing Manager in September 2018, and loves immersing herself in the bespoke interiors industry.
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More About Amy
Why are kitchens important to Amy?
“I recently read a book called The Making of Home: The 500-year story of how our houses became homes. I found the evolution of the kitchen fascinating – every era has developed different styles based on the lifestyles and thought processes of the people that live there. I’d say that room, more than any other, is a reflection of the whole family.”
What does Amy do in her spare time?
Amy’s currently a part-time post-grad student at the University of Bristol, so a lot of her free time is spent there. She’s also an avid holiday maker and gets itchy feet every few weeks! Amy is passionate about art, architecture and interiors, so you can usually find her dragging her friends to various exhibitions.
When do you see Amy?
As she’s the Marketing Manager, you’re more likely to interact with Amy at events or through the content she produces for our website, media relations, email and social media channels. She’s always around to help, though; and if you want to get ideas by looking at previous kitchens the team has created, she’s the one to ask.