A little about Amy...

Amy’s casual, approachable style makes clients feel at ease. That’s because she listens to you to help bring your vision to life. Whether it’s a commercial shoot, an event or a wedding, Amy excels at bringing out the personality in her subjects and capturing a unique perspective.

Though she's originally from the Midwest, Amy spent 22 years living in California. At age 11, she bought her first camera at a yard sale for a whopping 50 cents. Photography remained a hobby until she returned to Wisconsin in 2001. With great encouragement from her grandmother, she enrolled in the Commercial Photography program at Madison (Area Technical) College. During her last semester, Amy interned at Madison Magazine and her love for editorial photography began. In 2004, she graduated Dean's List and started her career as a professional photographer.

An avid traveler, Amy has journeyed domestically and around the globe. Her Bucket List includes traveling to all 50 states before she turns 50 years old. Only 9 states remain: The Dakotas, the Carolinas, Montana, Idaho, Kansas, Vermont and Connecticut. Plan a (destination) wedding in one of these states and she'll offer you deal! She's even had the pleasure of shooting a few destinations weddings in the Dominican Republic and Mexico. Her next big trip will be to Norway when she finally gets to take her own honeymoon.

Amy has been published in over a dozen magazines and is the photographer for the 2009 book, Bean Appetit (Andrews McMeel Publishing).

In the summer of 2010 she expanded her presence in the Midwest to include the Greater Chicago Area and Northwest Suburbs in Illinois. Two years later, she married the man of her dreams and changed her name from Miss Amy Schereck to Mrs. Amy Beyer.