KRISTIEN AMER is an award winning Designer, Publicist, Event Producer and occasional Vintage Décor, Prop and Wardrobe Stylist among other interests. She has worked as an independent freelance artist since 1993 with clients including The American Film Institute, Rock The Vote, United Press International, Georgetown University Radio, The Art Institute of Chicago, Radio & Records Magazine and EMI Records with a focus on supporting independent Music, Film and Art clients and historic venues.
Her first online portfolio was awarded as one of HOW Magazine’s highly coveted Top Ten Design Websites for the year and her artwork has been published in dozens of books and magazines. She was an invited Guest Speaker at the prestigious Art Institute of Chicago and was previously an official Judge for the Creativity International Awards. She has curated dozens of events including multi-venue block parties featuring numerous art exhibits, local and touring bands and mini film festivals.
Growing up in Los Angeles and Hawai’i, Miss Amer had a creative childhood filled with art, intellect and weirdness. While attending classes at UCLA and the American Film Institute she had the distinct honor of residing at the Frank Lloyd Wright Ennis House while working as an executive assistant for the Foundation.
As an Event Producer at age 22, Miss Amer has been credited by local press with Reinventing Downtown Honolulu in Hawai’i, a once abandoned Historical District which now flourishes with Arts and Entertainment venues. In 2002, Miss Amer launched “Tiki Lounge 5-0″ which featured rare and historically significant appearances and performances by Hawai’i and International Music Legends Don Ho and Martin Denny.
The Granddaughter of Antique Dealers, Miss Amer launched K Vintage a Mobile Vintage Prop and Wardrobe Studio that also operates as a Pop-Up Boutique in Los Angeles in 2013.
The daughter of an Attorney, Miss Amer also has an impressive resume of legal studies, community leadership, activism and campaigning. She has worked on several Presidential campaigns and regularly volunteers with non-profit and community organizations. In the summer of 2000, she worked at the Democratic National Convention and organized several voter registration concerts with Rock the Vote, Do Something and Youth Vote 2000 and registered over 24,000 young adults 18-24 to vote.
Clients and projects are listed on the Clients page.