Hi there! My name’s Amara and I…
• Help brands create a social media prescence with my video production company, Maven by Amara.
• Develop delicious gluten-free, dairy-free recipes.
• Make YouTube videos where I share my mocktail recipes, tips on how to start a business, and, of course, history tidbits!
• Illustrate kickass stickers, prints, and greeting cards!
MAVEN by Amara
MAVEN is a full-scale content creation subscription service wrapped up in one neat little package named “Amara” (that’s me!). I help business owners create fresh video-based content every month.
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Whether I’m showing you how to make delicious mocktail recipes, reviewing everyday products, or teaching how to start a small business, main goal is to help you out.
Go check out some of my latest videos!
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In a previous life, I was a world-famous artist who experienced fame, money, and tremendous fortune.
In this life, I’ve decided to leave that all behind in order to make affordable art for you to enjoy! Stickers are my jam, but I also love making prints and greeting cards, too!
- Episode 001 – A Rembrandt Mystery, Decentralized Museums, Stolen NFTs, and a piece of Keith Haring Wall!By Amara is a weekly art and history podcast hosted by Amara Andrew. Each week, we’ll take a quick look at the goings on in the art and history world. This week, we’re looking at a mystery ingredient in a Rembrandt painting, the future of museums, some stolen art, and a piece of Keith Haring […]
- 3 Things You May Not Have Known About the History of the Margarita!Hey there! Here are 3 things you may not have known about the history of the Margarita! #1 The recipe for the Margarita may be based off a popular 19th century cocktail called “The Daisy.” First featured in the 1876 publication of “The Bar-Tender’s Guide” by Jerry “The Professor” Thomas, the Daisy was super popular […]
- Have You Heard *This* Myth About Victorians and Sexuality?!So most of us have probably heard the old story of how people during the Victorian era were so sexually repressed that they even covered the legs of their furniture, but that’s actually a fake story! This myth was started by 19th century English writer and British Navy Captain, Frederick Marryat. Marryat authored many books […]