Many of Amy’s latest works are complete leather and metal wearable art outfits. Each outfit has been created as the embodiment of an original character developed by Amy and and her husband Tanner. These characters are first featured in the written component in the form of stories or poems. Next each component of their outfit and often their belongings (such as journals or ornaments) are created in Amy’s Edmonton based studio with Tanner’s assistance. The materials used are specifically selected based on the written descriptions to best embody the character. Following the creation of the art pieces a visual concept is drafted, set design and construction completed, and a model selection is done for each photo-shoot with the intention of giving life to the overall concept and character(s) therein. A creative photo shoot is then completed by Amy capturing the raw imagery which will become the basis of the digital imagery output from the last stage. Finally, each image is carefully edited using a variety of digital tools but also custom artistic elements such as Amy’s original hand painted overlays (transferred into photoshop) to create a unique visual blend and, thereby, creating Amy’s own digital artwork / photographic style. Prominent photographers have described Amy’s digital artwork stylistically as textured, rich and decadent.