Amy Flurry has almost two decades of editorial experience as a contributor to some of the country’s most influential magazine titles, including Lucky, Country Living, Better Homes & Gardens, Refinery 29 and Conde Nast Traveler. In addition to generating story ideas, producing photo shoots and writing copy, Amy traveled broadly--covering trade shows in Atlanta, flea markets in the south of France and boutique hotels on small Greek islands--in search of stories and beautiful objects and design to share.
Inspired by her career in publishing, Amy authored Recipe for Press (Pitch Your Story and Create a Buzz) and then took to the road, sharing these editorial insights with entrepreneurs. Amy draws on her collective expertise in applying trend direction to product development and in expanding marketing strategies to connect businesses to the interior design trade.
Amy is a featured speaker at national trade shows and organizations, including ASID, High Point Market, AmericasMart, Interior Design Society, Southern Makers and Design Bloggers Conference and has been interviewed as an expert on national podcasts and publications. Amy lives in Athens, Georgia with her husband and two teenagers, where she is active in her community of friends, musicians and artists. She also co-founded Paper-Cut-Project, a company that conceives highly crafted installations for fashion houses including Kate Spade, Hermes, Valentino, Christie's and the Victoria & Albert Museum.