I’m Amy - the over-achiever who won headteacher’s awards for ‘conscientiousness’ and ‘pragmatism’ at school.
The goody two shoes eight year old whose rather unconventional tastes for colour coded folders and correctly folded napkins has gone on to have a varied and fun career in holding the hands of creative people, and guiding them towards their vision.
The industries that I have worked in include Construction, Film, Event Production, Influencer Marketing and Performance. The golden thread that connects all of these is a passion for enabling fascinating people to create beautiful things.
Individuality and precision have always been at the centre of everything I do - that’s why I have no problem taking on that big birthday, or the most important day of your life! I pride myself on being a trusted and creative collaborator.
If that sounds right up your strasse, and you have an event that you need to turn from a mere twinkle in your eye to something you will remember forever, drop me a line!
I’ll never push you to use my services, just have a chat about your ideas and aspirations. I can’t wait to hear what you have up your sleeve.
The Amy Meadows Manifesto
I believe that humans are a bit bonkers, with different quirks and personality traits, and that events are a celebration of that.
I believe that empathy is the key to understanding and acting on each client's’ needs and desires
I believe that playfulness breeds creativity.
I believe that the guests, as well as the hosts, are at the heart of any event.
I believe that events have the power to create memories that last a lifetime.
I believe in the power couple of design and theatricality.
I want to create events that are playful and surprising.
I want a business built on trust. I want my clients to feel cared for, and in safe hands.
I want to create positive drama, without the negative drama that often comes along for the ride.
I want to support creative people to make beautiful things.
"“A good time occurs precisely when we lose track of what time it is.”
― Robert Farrar Capon, Party Spirit: Some Entertaining Principles