Amy Pence-Brown is a radical homemaker, writer, and art and architectural historian in Boise, Idaho. She is a native Idahoan who received her undergraduate degrees from the University of Idaho, and her master's in art history from the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Pence-Brown writes for the Boise Weekly newspaper, Treasure Valley Family magazine, and her blog Doin’ It All, Idaho Style. She serves on the History Committee and as a Historic Preservation Commissioner for the City of Boise. Additionally, she is a member of Preservation Idaho, where she is chair of a group working to preserve Idaho’s mid-century structures. She loves tator tots, Elvis, the smell of campfires, and polka dots.
For Preservation Idaho’s blog, Amy plans to write about Idaho's mid-century modern gems, the intersection of architecture and popular culture, and ideas on how people interact with space—be it landscape or the built environment.