Amy began her career on the East Coast working for for National Geographic, American Institute of Architecture Students and the National Education Association. She graduated from the Corcoran College of Art & Design in Washington DC with a degree in Graphic Design. Amy moved to Denver in 2002 with her husband and licensed architect, Scott. She launched Studio Pattern in 2003. With a background in publication design, SaaS software and project management, her strengths are seeing the big picture and connecting the dots—arriving solutions that make sense and work for each client.
little known fact: Amy would like to be a lunch lady someday.
child children: Dylan and Hayden
frequently used phrase: "Don't eat that."
We are looking for someone who can work as a freelancer to start (20hrs / week), and who would like to transition to full-time (36-40hrs / week) in the next 3–4 months. We are looking for someone who: • has 10+ years of work experience • can communicate professionally with clients • works well with others • is a big picture thinker […]
We want you to know we think the drafts are very sharp and professional. You are doing great work. Your work is very valuable to us because it helps us tell our story. We appreciate you and Studio Pattern. :) Alysa McManus, Program Director Upstream Impact
2012 is upon us, and to be honest 1/24th of it is already over. That still leaves quite a bit of time to fill before next year though, and before the work of day to day life engulfs your entire schedule now is a great time think about how to stay inspired and excited throughout the year.