Amber has been singing since she was a little girl, sitting in the picture window of the house where she grew up in Cleveland, Ohio.
Classically trained in music and theater at Fordham College, Lincoln Center in New York City, she began her performance career singing in Manhattan jazz clubs like Birdland and Dizzy's at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Soon after, she was cast in the national tour of one of her favorite musicals, Jesus Christ Superstar. Since then, her musical career has taken her to 49 of the 50 states (Vermont!), the Caribbean with Disney Cruise Lines, and as far as South Korea, where she performed in the world premiere of Sunfish the Musical at the Daegu International Musical Festival. Her experience spans opera, jazz, musical theater and pop, to say nothing of her not-so-secret love for R&B.
Currently, Amber tours with the It Gets Better musical, a project of the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles which has given her the distinction of being one of the first female members in its 37 year history. This has been a unique opportunity for her to truly live out her passions for music, travel and helping people. She recently premiered her solo cabaret, You Can't Act A Color at Rockwell Table & Stage. Amber lives in Los Angeles, where she actively collaborates with artists & bands for live performances and in studio.