"Never Be The Same" by Dana Miller from her upcoming debut CD used with permission. Visit www.danamillermusic.com for more information! <3 amy brown photography has captured Dana's website images



I'm an artist, part-time poet, sometimes Mrs.-all-know-it. I'm a lover, I'm a fighter, occasionally an all-nighter. Love to sing, I can't dance..can't find short enough pants. I'm a saint, I'm a sinner...a chicken dinner winner.

Amy (Staats) Brown was born in Vincennes, Indiana and moved to a northern Indiana rural community when she was 10. Growing up on the family farm, she started with a teeny 110 camera and some fun cube flashes, waiting patiently by the mailbox every time she sent pictures out to be developed. The family was involved in demolition derbies and she loved taking pictures of the animals on the farm. She enjoyed taking pictures and writing for the school newspaper and worked for a few years at a local weekly newspaper as a photographer and journalist. When she got married and had children, the camera was always focused on them, to the extreme that her youngest, Bradley, would start saying 'cheese' any time the camera came within inches of his mom's face. He now loves to help with the editing and wants to be a commercial artist. Her eldest, a daughter, Julie, was also a wonderful model, anything from her first pumpkin to teenage angst poses in brick allies. Julie also wants to go into photography and art in her college career.

Amy lives in Wabash, Indiana with her children and husband, Randy along with their two mutts-- Buster, a mountain cur and L.B., a cocker spaniel-chihuahua-pekingese mix. They enjoy rides on their 2003 Harley Davidson Road King Custom.

When you take pictures in color, you take pictures of people's clothes. When you capture them in black and white, you capture their souls.

Send me a message/Call or text 260-571-9109 or email me at: amybrownphotography@rocketmail.com