is a multidisciplinary artist and creative director. Specializing in fine art photography, film, creative direction, and curation, Amanda is known for her impeccable taste, aesthetics, and ability to create immersive design experiences for People, Places and Things. As an influential cultural producer, Amanda was instrumental in signing hip-hop artists Cypress Hill and House of Pain, and she music supervised over 50 for projects such as Garden State, Blow, Freaks and Geeks, Judgement Night.
She has curated and programmed events for brands including Vogue, Prada and Yves Saint Laurent, as well as festivals like Coachella. H. Wood and the Roosevelt Hotel Hollywood have both enlisted Amanda on branding and interior design consultation, programming and launch efforts. For the Roosevelt, Amanda focused on developing Teddy's and the Tropicana, making them into two of LA's go to celebrity haunts. A&E and Aesop have also engaged Amanda to conceptualize and execute campaigns for their television programming and product, respectively.
Amanda’s photography has been published in every outlet, from NY Times to Dazed & Confused, and recently she photographed all of the women in NY Mag’s October Women & Power issue. With every project, Amanda is looking to push boundaries creative boundaries. In an effort to help catalyze women’s rights Amanda immediately got involved with NY Mag when they asked her to shoot 35 of Bill Cosby’s alleged rape victims.
At the core of everything she does is a 360 degree approach to creativity. With her diverse background across the creative spectrum, Amanda is able to apply this perspective to anything from the the most open ended creative art project to defined, brand focused projects. You can see a selected list of Amanda’s clients here.