Amy Scatliff is a filmmaker, artist, and speculative designer based in Mt. Berry, Georgia. She is fascinated with exploring concepts of 'adulthood' through the lens of behavioral science and invention. She loves discovering answers (from the ridiculous to the practical) to the everyday challenges of being a grown-up by turning her observations into short films, inventions, courses, and creative events. Professionally, she's taught and designed curriculum in Higher Ed and community education for over 20 years.
Through her film production company, Everyday Futuristic, LLC, she has produced, directed, and shot two documentaries, Sassy (2016), Queen of Threads (2022), and directed a narrative short, Adult Life Lab (in production). She holds a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Fielding Graduate University, a master's in Social Sciences from the University of Amsterdam, and a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Visualization from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. She has presented at several educational institutions, including Columbia College (Chicago), DePaul School for New Learning, Berkeley (ACM Creativity and Cognition Graduate Symposium), Savannah College of Art and Design, and MIT Center for Collective Intelligence.
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