Amy Mordan (b.1977) has lived and worked in London for the last two decades. She completed her foundation at Winchester School or Art (1997), her BA at Middlesex University (2000) and now her MA at the Royal College of Art (2021).
For the next 11 years, developing her interest in horticulture, Amy worked at the Chelsea Physic Garden, Capel Manor, Regents Park and under-glass at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew.
Leaving Kew in 2011, Amy coordinated a seven-year project in Wiltshire, landscaping a 17th century quarry and restoring and converting its Georgian cottages. In addition, Amy organised funding for arts projects in South London, where she lives. Obtaining a studio in 2013, Amy returned to the practice of making art.
Exhibitions to date include the Woolwich Print Fair (2016), Slaughterhaus Print Studio (2013-18), and bi-annually at the Pullen’s Yard Open Studios.