Amy is a multidisciplinary artist based in London. She studied at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and has since gone on to develop a career spanning many branches of the theatre industry. Amy has worked with venues such as Opera Holland Park, the Park Theatre and most recently, the Royal Vauxhall Tavern. Amy founded Bold Mellon out of a desire to create a safe, supportive and creatively free and empowering environment for queer womxn and non-binary people to thrive and experiment, and ‘project those magnificent voices’.
Artistically, for her this is an opportunity to explore movement within performance and design. She aims to ‘tell authentic stories constructed from first hand research and experiences… spread energy, awareness and positivity as a queer non-binary human myself. I want to reach the lives of queer womxn all over the world, all different ages, backgrounds, ethnicities… provide some sort of education and work inch by inch to eradicate the stereotypes and prejudices we experience spanning our vast existence as queer womxn.’
Amy: Against a pale grey background, a non-binary person in their twenties with ombréd brown to red gold shoulder length hair are stood slightly at an angle, looking up at the camera with bright blue eyes. Their skin is pale, eyelashes and eyebrows are dark and lips are full. They are wearing a horizontally striped black and white top.
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