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Kansas native Amy Kenyon relocated to Tennessee in 2001 with only two family members and zero insight on what direction she wanted her life to go. Amy worked in restaurants her first few years in Chattanooga before being gifted a Kodak point-n-shoot in 2008. For someone with few creative outlets, Amy found wandering around taking random pictures very refreshing and therapeutic. She began sharing these images on social media for fun and received positive feedback which inspired her to try out her first DSLR in 2009. Shortly after that she was offered a gig shooting a local band and from this, being an avid music lover, she found her passion. She was hired as a house photographer at a local venue and was able to construct a substantial portfolio through working there.
Amy has devotedly built upon her self-taught photography career since then and now gratefully makes a living through portrait and family photography in addition to live music and events. She has been published in several online and local publications and her work is featured at the newly-renovated Chattanooga Choo Choo.