Amy is editor-at-large for Dezeen, after stepping down from the editor role in 2019.
Amy was highly commended at the 2017 BSME Awards, which described Dezeen as "unstoppable" under her editorship, and shortlisted for multimedia journalist of the year at the International Building Press Awards in 2018.
Based in London, Amy is also a regular contributor to the Financial Times and Elle Decoration, and co-author of the RIBA Books title, All Together Now: the Co-living and Co-working Revolution, published in 2021. She holds a degree in architecture from Kingston University and a master's in architectural history from The Bartlett.
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