13 November, 2017

Amy Miranda

Lunch's founder Amy Miranda is one of the most awarded integrated Executive Producers in North America, and she knows how to make a production feel easy.  Amy believes creating things should be accessible, collaborative, creative and fun. It was on these four principles that Lunch was founded almost 11 years ago.

She began her career in the early days of CNN.com in Atlanta and since then, Amy has produced, conceptualized and managed thousands of campaigns, applications, productions. Her experience ranges from developing frequency/loyalty programs to global advertising campaigns.  Amyʼs work has garnered her multiple Gold Cannes Cyber Lions, One Show Pencils, and industry recognition for both high quality creative - and results. Amy has held management positions with U8TV/Alliance Atlantis, Henderson Bas, TAXI, and Grip Ltd. 

In May of 2009 Amy moved forward in executing her unique vision for creative production made easy with the launch of Lunch. Lunch is a network of companies, artists and creators who work both together and separately to create everything from a children's series for Nickelodeon to experiential content for clients like Paramount Pictures. Lunch has also provided full-service strategic, creative and production services for campaigns for brands such as BellMedia, BRITA, and Red Bull Media House.

Lunch is a place where our clients don't need to worry about workflow or logistics. We are collaborative, transparent and inclusive. We think making things should be fun. In fact many of our collaborators were actually former clients. We think that says it all. They can tell you about working with us, and what made them decide to become a part of the network. That's the best reference we could ask for. 

Amy is often present in industry panel discussions, a frequent speaker at conferences (FITC, NXNE, TEDx), universities, awards show judge and is also known for her non-profit work in founding and curating Canadian think tank Inter-action. Serving on the Corporate Advisory Board for several years with Luminato. Amy currently sits on the board of ArtsCan Circle which works to encourage the self-esteem of Indigenous youth in Northern Indigenous communities through a cooperative exploration of the arts.  Amy is also an passionate activist, Shamanic Healing & Reiki Practitioner (ascension.institute), mentor, and an advocate for women.

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