About The Stage Manager. The Producer. The Artist.

Theatre Artist.

AEA Stage Manager.

Producer. Event Manager.

Non-profit Administration. 

Visual Artist.

Sculptor & Portrait Artist.

Props Artisan.

Costume Crafter. 


MFA Stage Management. Rutgers University. 2012.

BFA Sculpture. Grand Valley State University. 2003.


A truly well-rounded arts professional, trained in visual and theatrical arts with experience in the creative & conceptual, the technical & constructive, and the management & producing processes. 

With a passion for the arts, Amie wears many hats! Her career started as visual artist and shortly after, she started working backstage for non-profit theatre companies in the scene, props and costume shops, as a technical artist, and on the deck as a stage hand. It was not long before stage management found its way into her repertoire.  




With a variety of experience and skills, Amie has stage managed large scale musicals, plays, youth productions, cabarets, pageants, showcases, and numerous special events. She co-founded a non-profit theatre formerly known as "Kentwood Alumni Performers," produced/stage managed the Miss Spirit of the State Scholarship Pageant, an affiliate of the Miss America Organization, and spent time working on the sets for "Backstage Drama," the webseries produced by Emmy® Award winning Fubble Entertainment and PBS Kids Sprout's television series "Noodle and Doodle." 


A professional stage manager and trained artist, Amie served as Associate Producer for the Tony Award® winning Crossroads Theatre Company in New Brunswick, New Jersey for four seasons and served as the Production Coordinator for ArtPrize, the largest art competition in the world, based in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Variety is the spice of life, and Amie thrives on diving into the different artistic, theatrical capacities!