Amy Shaw

Amy Shaw
617-821-3644
amydshaw@gmail.com
LinkedIn

In a Nut Shell
Amy Shaw is a producer specializing in still photography, broadcast television, digital and content creation for luxury and beauty brands. She’s also well-versed in the art of celebrity and social media influencer talent. She has traveled the world producing global campaigns for prestige brands including Jergens, Volvo Cars, Volkswagen, New Balance, Santander Bank, Progressive Insurance, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Carnival Cruise Lines and John Frieda Haircare. Amy’s campaigns have won multiple awards including a Cannes Lion, Clio, several International Advertising awards and Communications Arts awards.

In addition to her work in advertising, Amy is a partner in Via Art Fund, a non profit funding stream for contemporary art projects.

Amy sits on the advisory board of The List Visual Arts Center at MIT

What Does She Do?
Photography • Broadcast Television • Digital and Content Creation

Website/Resume/Other Links
Via Art Fund

The List Visual Arts Center 

Where Does She Live and Where Would She Work?
Amy lives in the Boston area and will work in Boston, New York City as well as remotely.

What Do People Who Have Worked with Amy Want You To Know About Her?
Kate Young, VP ECD, Arnold Worldwide NYC: As our resident rainmaker, Amy makes things happen. With a charming smile and frightening grit, she can wrangle a persnickety celebrity, hit a hard deadline and get a 40-page contract signed one-handed, while sipping a latte with the other.

What Are Some Fun Projects She Has Worked On?
Shooting a series of four television commercials with the actress, Leslie Mann, and her daughter, Maude Apatow. The client is Jergens and fhe director is Bryan Buckley.

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