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					                                     Artist Bio for Amy L. Stump

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My Objective is to serve the public through my talents and strengths through my dedication as a civilian
in law enforcement and as an artist. My talents in visual arts are a long-standing interest and my studies
towards science enhance my studies in Forensic Art. My extensive studies in Art & Forensic Art have
allowed tremendous dedication towards this specialized field. My current goal is provide Forensic Artist
to all agencies and public requests and proceed with my current art projects and teach art lessons.

   Elsie Kramrick – Private Tutor – four years 1986 - 1990
   Allen D. Nease High School – St Augustine, Fl - President of National Art Honor Society 1992 /
   St Augustine Technical College - 1000+ hours training in Computer Graphics & Printing
      Technology 1993-1994
   Florida Community College of Jacksonville, general studies, 1994 – 1995
   St Johns River Community College, Florida - Associates Degree – Magna cum Laude –1997-
   FBI Academy 2006 – Forensic Facial Imaging Course
   Reid & Associates – Interview and Interrogations
   IPTM – October 2006 - Crime Scene: Surface Skeleton / Buried Bodies
   National Center Missing & Exploited Children – Forensic Photoshop class 2007
   Flagler College, St. Augustine, FL –Bachelor of Science in Public Administration December

    NAMUS – National Missing & Unidentified Persons System; Regional Contact for North-East
       Florida – Case Manager / Forensic Artist for both „Unidentified‟ and „Missing‟ cases (2007)
    Certified Art Teacher / Florida Department of Education - 2010

Clay County Sheriff's Office - 1996 – present
* Emergency Operator - handled emergency calls and input data. (8 months, transferred)
* Staff Assistant for Capt. Allen – New Jail Construction – secretarial duties and handled blueprints for
architects. (1 year, construction completed, transferred)
*Fleet Maintenance Clerk, Data Entry, and Parts Room Clerk, maintenance and ordering (7 years,
* Juvenile Crime Unit Clerk 2004-2009
* Courthouse Security Officer 2010 - Present
* Forensic Artist (currently CCSO in-house artist )

AmyArts Original Art : Small Business Entrepreneur - Self-Employed and Managed since 1998 -
present. I have been creating custom artwork, assisting local and state agencies with requests & cases,
as well as graphic design, restoration of damaged / historic photos as training has expanded my
1993 – currently – Summer Camp Counselor for Muscular Dystrophy Association, Jacksonville / North
2003 – 2005 = Month of April, gave free art lessons in public park to all ages.
2000, 2006 - 2007 – Taught Karate for Clay County Sheriffs Office Police Activities League (paid in

1993 – Art Works Logo Winner for St Johns County Art Works Week.
1997 – Grand Prize for Advance Art division at Clay County Fair for “Three Gators”
2002 – Recognized by Library of Congress, Washington D.C. artwork “Above the Fallen” included in
the National Archives
2005 – Artwork published in Water‟s Edge Magazine for the Super Bowl Issue, February 2005 of six
Custom Drawn Maps of areas of Jacksonville, Coastal Georgia, and St Augustine.
2005 – Created “Sea-Lection” manatee for the Otis Smith Foundation and sponsored by Winn Dixie.
Tony Slayman, who owns the Jacksonville Landing, purchased the manatee where it is on permanent
display in the Food GaIrden at the Jacksonville Landing.
2005 – Traveled to Paris, France to study art with artist Nanci Bovine-Riviere for a semester.
2006 – Requested for enrollment in the Federal Bureau of Investigations to study Forensic Art to
become the Certified artist for Clay County Sheriff's Office and other agencies in N. E. Florida.
2006 – Created “Whimsical Nature” Big Cat for Otis Smith Foundation and sponsored by Synovis Bank.
October 16, 2006 – Front Page of Florida Times Union – Cover Story: Searching to Name the Unknown
 (+ many more articles via Jacksonville Times Union located online
April –October 2008, Clay County Sesquicentennial Artist 150th Anniversary (7 custom prints)

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