Amy Scott is a food photographer and writer and a recent transplant to Houston. She was an organic vegetable farmer for 7 years and is still a farmer at heart, planning and plotting for her “one day” farm; she’s currently saving her pennies to buy it. Amy loves growing, eating, cooking, and photographing food. Her greatest passions are educating people about how food is grown, the value of local food systems, and sharing stories of farmers and the challenges of farming.
Amy’s lived all over the US, having moved 30 times throughout 7 states, with a brief stint in Cochabamba, Bolivia. She most recently hails from the rolling hills of central New Jersey farmland. Having seen so much of the States, she knows when she likes a place and Houston has made it high on her list. Her wealth of experience in different fields and places has given her a love of connecting with people from anywhere and everywhere.
Amy’s got a knack for finding four-leaf clovers, teaching herself new skills, and will do just about anything for home-grown tomatoes.
Amy shares her photos and blogs at TheAEScott.com