Amber is a Photographer and Art Teacher from Metro Detroit, MI. She attended Oakland University and received a Bachelor of Studio Art degree with a concentration in photography along with a K-12 certification to teach visual art. In 2013, Amber graduated from Oakland University with a Masters in Educational International Baccalaureate Studies.
Amber taught high school art for seven years in both Michigan and Connecticut. She taught drawing, painting, photography, ceramics, and AP Art. While living in CT, Amber was also the gallery coordinator at the MAC650 Gallery. Currently, Amber is the Curriculum Coordinator for the BFA Photography and Video Department at the School of Visual Arts in New York City where she also teaches in the undergraduate photography department.
For the past couple of years, Amber has been working on a project with letters her grandmother wrote to her grandfather while he was in the military during WWII. Over 150 letters span 4 years from 1944-47.