About Amy

The best branded content starts with good storytelling. That’s where Amy comes in. Amy DeLouise helps clients convey a cohesive story about their mission, vision, products and services through multi-media and video. Whether she is producing an online video, developing a live event, or consulting on a rebrand, Amy helps organizations navigate the tools and best practices of effective branding and cause marketing, including how to effectively integrate social media into the mix.

Fortune 500 companies, international nonprofits and public sector agencies turn to Amy to turn their messaging into unified, creative content–whether that means live events, online events or videos for social media and the web. With more than 20 years experience, Amy can plug in to any leadership team, put a bull’s eye on the vision, and help make it happen. Some of Amy’s clients: AIPAC, Jewish Federations of North America, Children’s National Hospital, Federal Express, Fulbright Association, Microsoft, National Association of Chemical Distributors and S&P Global.

Amy helps other creatives tell a better story through her public speaking and workshops, her books, and her highly popular courses on LinkedIn Learning.

Prior to launching her independent director/producer/speaker practice, Amy worked behind the scenes on Oscar-winning feature films, and led an award-winning multimedia production company.  She has garnered more than 40 of the top creative awards in the industry and been featured in stories in The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The Washington Business Journal and More magazine. She was named a Washington Area Woman-Owned Small Business Leader by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.  She is a recipient of the prized Woman of Vision Leadership Award from the 1,000-member DC Chapter of Women in Film & Video.  She is a graduate of Yale University, with a B.A. with Distinction in English.

When not at work, Amy is an avid musician. She performs with the WAMMY-nominated women’s a cappella group Venus d Minor and is a violinist with the acclaimed NIH Philharmonia.  Her musical knowledge also influences her creative work in both live events and digital content.