Amy Douglas-Morris is a mixed medium artist.
Working with archival materials and analog methods of documentation, manipulating Debrie Printers and 16mm materials. Creating resins referencing a compersion of the past with found materials appearing alongside personal prints, drawings and objects. Recent work for the Institute of Contemporary Arts has focused on her familial roots in Venezuela, against a backdrop of sociopolitical chaos.
GCD, Moving Image - First Class Honours
Central Saint Martins (BA)
Margiela presentation video, dir. filmed and edited
Nylon Japan - Magazine interview, 2018
Kit Rimmer band artwork
Joe Armon Jones Vinyl Artwork and Tour poster
Story Artwork for Patrick Stasny
Carhartt, 2017 - Maciek Pożoga It’s Nice That / Fucking Young Magazine, Ogbomgbom - Assistant video editor Camera Assistant on Boiler Room Documentary, dir. Reuben Bastienne-Lewis.
PA/Editor for Marco Brambilla
Behind the scenes filming on Blinded by your grace, Skepta
Behind the scenes filming/editing on upcoming Sally Potter feature film
Camera Assistant to Pablo Di Prima, 1 GRANARY, FDM Interviews, 2016
JIL SANDER - Props Assistant on set, Dir: Marcus Tomlinson
Stills Assistant on Samsung Commercial, Radical Media, Dir: Marcus Tomlinson
Sound Assistant on documentation of ‘1 Billion Rising’ Anti-Violence campaign,
-Editor for ‘Dreamcafe Pictures’ for Nivea commercial content video
-Editor of ‘An interview with Neville Symington’ for the British Psychological Society
-Assistant editor on Rob Fruchtman’s upcoming documentary, New York, 2015-2017
-Trainee editor on ‘Our King of Traitor’ using Lightworks software
(Editor: Tariq Anwar, Assistant Editors: Eve Doherty, John Dwelly), 2014
-Music Compilation for Alan Scott on West End Theatre Production, 2014