Amy is an engaging performer who has created a unique sound on her instrument. She blends her love and passion for Scottish traditional music and culture, with her interest in other genres to create a distinctive sound with complex rhythms and harmonies
At school, Amy secured a place at the prestigious National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music at Plockton High School where she studied under Blair Douglas. Following school, Amy moved to the University of Newcastle where she had accordion tuition from Ian Lowthian, as well as furthering her studies in whistle and flute. During her final year at university Amy spent a day of a week working in a primary school in Newcastle. This sparked a passion for community music and, since graduating BA Folk & Traditional Music in 2011, Amy has worked to further her skills in this area.
Since returning to the Highlands, Amy lives on her croft with her husband and animals, where she blends her music and crofting way of life Amy plays with a wide range of musicians and performs regularly at Festivals, functions, Ceilidhs and Weddings.