You can reach Amy at amymartinillustration (at) gmail (dot) com
For literary inquiries, please contact Meredith Kaffel at DeFiore and Co.: meredith (at) defioreandco (dot) com
For commercial inquiries, please contact Maren Levinson at Redeye Represents: maren (at) redeyereps (dot) com
For inquiries about giclee prints of images from Symphony City, please contact The Electric Works Gallery in San Francisco. http://sfelectricworks.com/
Amy has created books, magazines, posters, products and illustrations for Obama for America, The New York Times, McSweeney's, Pentagram, Wall Street Journal, American Cinematographer Magazine, Holland America, INC, Fast Company, GOOD, Portland Monthly, The Walt Disney Company, Foreign Policy, Death Cab for Cutie, Sufjan Stevens, St. Vincent, Band of Horses, The Los Angeles Times, The Detroit Free Press, The Advocate, 826LA, Knock Knock, Creature, North and Cinco. Her work has been shown at the Manifest Hope galleries in Denver and Washington DC, the Re:Form School gallery in NYC, The 2010 California Design Biennial, The Electric Works gallery in San Francisco and in American Illustration 29.
Her first illustrated children's book, 'Symphony City', was released by McSweeney's in July 2011 and won the 2012 Ridgeway Honor Award. Since moving to Portland she has started on several new books, which not coincidentally involve rain, snow, and clouds. Amy is a bookworm and indie rock obsessive, and has traveled an obscene amount of miles to see her favorite bands play. She is the Commissioner of a yet-to-be-formed 2012 U.S. Senate fantasy league. She is clinically Midwestern and will totally help you move.