Amy Tsai

Amy Tsai is a designer for film, theatre and commercial based out of New York City. Besides Boundless Exposed, she has also designed sets for The Other Shore (Columbia Theatre Thesis Festival) and The Seagull (CU Players) as well as assisted costume design for the Off-Broadway Production Love, Medea. She has also collaborated with artist Jaimie Warren in her immersive show The Miracle as a set and costume design artist. Her recent film credits include jazz singer Thana Alexa’s latest music video ONA as well as several Columbia and NYU Tisch student films, such as Maybe Next Time (2019), The Realities of a French Deli (2020) and Video Life (2020). Her works have been selected in Brooklyn Youth Arts Expo and Athena Film Festival. As an artist, Amy is known for her bold combinations of nontraditional materials. Her artworks have been exhibited at Postcrypt Art Gallery, Columbia’s Center for Student Advising and Hsinchu Arts Exhibition, Taiwan. She was also a semi-finalist for Nikon Storytellers Scholarship in North America. Prior to her career in design, she is an award-winning writer in Taiwan. She is currently pursuing her B.A. in Visual Arts and Sociology at Columbia University.