Growing up, Amy knew from a very early age that she was a little odd compared to the other kids. Her parents were partially to thank for this since they put no filter on the sorts of movies she could watch as a kid which fueled her imagination as an artist. Amy watched Alien for the first time when she was 4 and watched every vampire movie accessable inspiring her to dress as one for Halloween by the age of 5. Despite the limited access Amy had in the South to “Vampire: The Masquerade”, she collected most of them and filed her nails into points inspired by Anne Rice's vampire novels.
Movies like Lair of the White Worm, Beetlejuice, and The Addams Family sparked her interest in strong, intimidating, female leads clad in black. Without even knowing it, she was a fledgling goth in the making and quickly embraced the culture after being introduced to Siouxsie and the Banshees at age of 10.
In Amy’s teen years she developed a strong interest in special FX makeup and costuming and she convinced her entire cheerleading squad to dress like zombies for and perform the Thriller dance. It was also during this time that Amy developed much quicker than her female peers and became the plus-sized busty vixen she is today. Determined to wear things that she wanted but weren’t available for her body type, Amy modified outfits and costumes to fit her needs. As a result she has become a vocal advocate for body positivity and inclusivity for those who do not fit into normal beauty standards and continues to defy what society deems as the 'only' acceptable type of beauty.
Amy has worked as an avant-garde makeup artist and was part of an all female artist guild that only accepted 100 new artists a year. She is currently making her mark as an adult entertainer and wants to promote enthusiasm for sex positivity, especially when it comes to women's sexuality. She often portrays elements of fantasy and horror into her costuming, art, and makeup applications. Amy decided to become the lead villain and producing partner on Strip Craft because it represents and embodies all the things that Amy embraces.