Amy is a playwright (and sometimes performer) from Pasadena, TX, who now lives in Astoria, Queens. Her work includes The Alternate Possibilities of Our Past and Future History with Particular Regard to the Identification of the Eastern Puma and the Corps of Discovery, based on the journals of Lewis and Clark, which was a finalist for PlayPenn, and a semi-finalist for both Bay Area Playwrights Festival and O'Neill (all 2016). Her plays have been seen or heard at the Future Is Female festival in Philadelphia, in New York at the Cherry Lane Theatre with Primary Stages/ESPA, Theatre For A New City, Dixon Place, The Kraine Theatre, Jimmy's No. 43, Brooklyn College, elsewhere, including internationally, and with companies such as Amios, Red Caravan, Gi60 US and UK, The Playground Experiment, Dark Matter Theatre, Playwrights at the Grand, with support from the Rosen Foundation, and others. She is a member of Pipeline Theatre Company's PlayLab 17-18. Amy's work is published by Routledge in the anthology, One Minute Plays. She has been a finalist for The Amoralists 'Wright Club 16-17, Fresh Ground Pepper Playground Playgroup 2017, the 24 Hour Plays Nationals in New York City (2017), and a semi-finalist for 2017 ESPA Drills with Primary Stages/ESPA. She holds a BA in Theatrical Authorship from Brooklyn College (summa cum laude) where she studied under Erin Courtney, and an MFA in Dramatic Writing from Carnegie Mellon University where she studied under Rob Handel. 

In addition to playwriting, Amy has written for American Theatre magazine, about robots in theatre, and for online performance journal Culturebot.