Amy Selwyn is an artist, writer, and storyteller based in the seacoast area of New Hampshire. She is a transplanted NY’er and vacillates between loving the quieter life and longing for Tribeca.
Amy is working toward her MFA in Media Arts from Maine Media College, Rockport, ME. She specializes in creating refracted portraits constructed from memory and myth, using photography, storytelling, performance, and alternative processes.
Amy’s photographic work has been featured in Lens Magazine (featured emerging artist), The Curated Fridge (Winter ’22, Spring ‘23, Summer ‘23, and Autumn ‘23), the Firehouse Arts Center (Newburyport, MA), the SE Center for Photography in Greenville, SC (“Botanicals”, “Strange, Weird and Unique” and “The Portrait” shows) and various exhibitions at The Griffin Museum, MA.
Amy earned her BA from Cornell University and her MBA from New York University. and the Stockholm School of Economics. Before starting her storytelling consultancy, Amy worked for The New York Times, The Associated Press, and the BBC. She is the proud mom of Arrow, the French Bulldog.
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