Amy Nicholson is a documentary filmmaker and creative director living in New York City. Her first short film, BEAUTY SCHOOL, aired on PBS, NYCTV, and the Documentary Channel. Her first feature film, MUSKRAT LOVELY, was broadcast on the Emmy award-winning Independent Lens. Amy's latest feature documentary, ZIPPER: Coney Island's Last Wild Ride, won a Special Jury Prize at its World Premiere. It screened at film festivals across the country for almost two years and had a theatrical run in both New York and Los Angeles, qualifying it for an Oscar. Amy's most recent project is a short titled PICKLE, an inventory of one couple's rescue menagerie and their often unfortunate demises. PICKLE is currently touring festivals and has garnered several awards.