Born in Taipei, Taiwan, and raised in Houston, Texas, Amy has been living and working in Madrid, Spain, since 2003 as an architectural photographer. Amy got her bachelor's degree in Sociology from Rice University. She then received a master's degree in Journalism and a master's degree in Public Affairs, from the University of Texas at Austin. She studied photography at Speos in Paris and EFTI (as the winner of the Roberto Villagraz full tuition grant) in Madrid.
Amy's photographs belong to several collections, such as those of the Contemporary Arts Museum of Madrid, the Colegio de España in Paris, the Photography Center in Tenerife and the Fundación Canal of Madrid. She has had solo exhibits in Madrid Barajas Airport, GetxoPhoto, FotoEncuentros, FotoNoviembre and the Colegio de España in Paris, which was a part of Mois de la Photo-OFF. She has had group exhibits in PhotoEspaña ("Retrátate" in the Fundación Canal), the Contemporary Arts Museum of Madrid, the Observatori in Valencia, the Casa de Vacas en Madrid's Retiro Park and OPENFaces, an extensive traveling exhibit throughout Europe, commissioned by the British Council.
Amy taking portraits of volunteer models in an event organized by PhotoEspaña 2008.