A is For Awesome!
And that's how Amber was born. Awesome! I know it's hard to imagine that it'd be possible from birth, but in this case, God couldn't help it. Her destiny was written into the stars when her parents decided it'd be a good idea to hook up and be reckless teenagers. Since then, she's been perfecting her craft in writing and acting. Needless to say, it's been going well.
Amber started performing the summer after 8th grade at camp. Ever since, the acting bug made a permanent home under her skin. Throughout high school, she performed in plays such as Book of Days, The Spiral Staircase, and Smokey Joe's Cafe. Never one to stick to just one genre, she also participated in the variety and improv shows.
After high school, instead of going on with everyone else to college, she decided to serve her country in the United States Marine Corps. For five years, she served honorably allowing her to grow a tough skin, learn persistence, perseverance, and adaptability gearing her for what was to come.
Once she finished her time in service, she went back to her passion of acting studying in San Francisco, California at the Academy of Art University (AAU). In December of 2013, she graduated from AAU with an Associates in Acting where she studied many techniques under teachers such as Damon Sperber, Jim Jarrett, and Diane Baker. She was also able to hone her skills in front of the camera participating in many scenes such as 'Easy A', 'Sex, Lies, and Videotape', 'Crash', "How Harry Met Sally', and many more.
In 2014, she moved back to her home town of Minneapolis Minnesota where she shot her first short film titled 'Homecoming' which she wrote and directed. It's now available for viewing here.
While in Minnesota, she spent the next 3 years working freelance behind the scenes as a production assistant, and 2nd 2nd Assistant Director on films such as, 'Love Always, Santa,' 'I Am Not A Serial Killer,' 'Wilson' and 'Blood Stripe.' At the same time, keeping her creative interests in front of the camera, participating in the 48hr Film Project, the Minne Mini Film Festival, as well as being accepted in the Frozen Film Festival as well as the G.I. Film Festival.
In 2017, Amber moved to New York where she successfully auditioned for the Evening Conservatory at the Stella Adler Studio. Currently, she's just finished up her first year, and looking forward to the next!
The future remains to be untold, but one thing is true, this young lady is ready to take it on full speed.