A resident of both coasts, Amy Westcott, a Philadelphia native, is a graduate of Syracuse University where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Fashion Design. Amy's first foray into film was as a wardrobe assistant on James Mangold's 'Copland.' Thereafter, she ventured into independent films, receiving her first design credit on the graphic novel inspired horror film, 'Campfire Stories.'
Her notable feature film design credits include 'Roger Dodger,' which starred Campbell Scott and Jesse Eisenberg, with director Dylan Kidd, which won the 2002 Tribeca film festival award for Best Narrative Feature. She continued collaborating with Kidd on his subsequent feature P.S., with Laura Linney, Topher Grace, Marcia Gay Harden and Gabriel Byrne.
Other credits include 'The Secret Lives of Dentists' for director Alan Rudolph, starring Campbell Scott, Hope Davis and Denis Leary; 'Off The Map,' starring Joan Allen and Sam Elliot, for director Campbell Scott; and Noah Baumbach's 'The Squid and the Whale,' starring Laura Linney, Jeff Daniels, Jesse Eisenberg and Anna Paquin, which won 2005 Sundance Film Festival awards for Best Director and Best Narrative Screenplay. Amy's television film credits include Comedy Central's 'Porn N' Chicken,' and Showtime's 'Best Thief In The World.'
Most recently, Amy was featured in The Hollywood Reporter's edition of: Crafts: Next Gen 2005.