unplain jane studio

about

pictures + words
by commission and
in limited editions

 

A commercial photographer who also authors feature stories, executive messaging, online and social media content, opinion pieces and grant proposals for a myriad of clients. A communications/marketing expert who also creates and sells limited edition, fine art photography. An artist who also seeks opportunities to collaborate and create. 

What can we accomplish together?

 
 
Hi. I'm Amy.  

Hi. I'm Amy.

 

 

Current Exhibitions

An Artists’ Christmas art auction gala
Ft. Worth, TX
One photograph selected for group exhibition
November 11, 2017

Huffhines Art Trails festival
Richardson, TX
October 28-29, 2017

12th Annual TAC Juried Exhibition
Fort Worth Community Art Center,
Ft. Worth, TX
One photograph selected for group exhibition
August 4-31, 2017

TAC Impromptu Invitational
Fort Worth Community Art Center,
Ft. Worth, TX
One photograph selected for group exhibition
August 1-31, 2017

The Star of Texas public art project 
Arlington, TX
Installation of two 6’, free-standing murals
“constellation” and “a day in the life”
Through 2019

Visit my contact page for complete listing of recent exhibitions and festivals

Clients and Collaborators

Arlington Convention & Visitor's Bureau
Comfort Technologies, LLC
Downtown Arlington Management Corp.
Ft. Worth Museum of Science & History
Greenbox Partners
Lea Nyland
Murnahan Public Relations
North Texas Commission
Six Flags Over Texas
Urban Alchemy

plus private collectors throughout
the USA and internationally

Awards

Third Place Photography,
St. Stephen's Art Show, 2017

Best in Show, An Artists' Christmas,
Ft. Worth, Texas, 2016 and 2014

Judge's Choice 2D, Leesburg Art Show, 2016

Merit Award, Harvest Moon Festival of the Arts, Granbury, Texas, 2016

Cover art for "July,"
A Smith Gallery, 2013

 
 

What's that “unplain jane” at the top of the page? My studio name is a wink to my middle name and a nod to the beauty and complexity found in ordinary things. See, Jane isn’t so plain after all.

As a child, I wanted to grow up to be either an illustrator, a coloring book author (is that a thing?) or a paleontologist. Little did I know that as an adult, the adventure that comes from digging under the surface of things inspires my compositions, whether they're pictures or words.

As my mother would say, “We’ll see what we see by taking a look.” In the end, my favorite photos are shot in the moment, and my favorite stories are those that discover and celebrate both individual uniqueness and common threads.
 

 
 

 
 
Amy is just as gracious as she is talented.
Her art sells itself.
— Hannah