Amanda is a curator, producer, and recent transplant to Maine. She has produced educational multimedia exhibits and films for the Hong Kong Maritime Museum, Qatar Foundation, National Museum of American History, and Mississippi Civil Rights Museum among others. With Wicked Delicate Films in 2015, she produced the feature-length documentary The Search for General Tso, a Sundance Selects release about America’s Chinese food. Her short documentary about memory and amateur filmmakers, World Fair, premiered at the 2013 Independent Film Festival Boston. Amanda was formerly an exhibition curator at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, and graduated from the College of William and Mary and Brown University. In her spare time she travels, collects vintage recipes, dreams of owning chickens, and hikes in the woods with her husband and son. She hails from Alabama but has grown to love the cold.