Throughout her time at the gallery, Amy has developed extensive experience in all aspects of contemporary Indigenous art and artistic practice, by working with artists and art centres working in a range of locations, artistic traditions and studio practices.
Amy also engages closely with the broader visual arts community and has established relationships with a diverse group of independent artists, curators, institutions, and collectors.
Amy has also previously worked at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne and National Gallery of Australia, Canberra in front of house roles.
In addition, Amy is the family representative on the board of the Robin Boyd Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation committed to increasing the awareness, understanding and promotion of good design.
Amy holds a Bachelor of Laws from the Australian National University, as well as a Bachelor of Arts & Sciences (Art History /Mathematics) and Master of Arts (Cultural Materials Conservation) from the University of Melbourne.