Amelia Painter

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Organic Container Gardening for All
Phantom: Queen of the Road
Discover Oahu: A Pictorial Guide to a Tropical Island Paradise
Discover Iowa: Cooking With Iowa Wines, Meats and Other Iowa Products
Opening and Operating a Bed & Breakfast in the 21st Century
Surviving College

Book cover for Organic Container Gardening for All

Raised by parents with an entrepreneurial spirit, Painter learned about business at an early age. She and her two siblings had on-going chores in the family businesses. Painter excelled in office activities, which ultimately set the pace for most of her life.

A passion for the arts began early in life, but her love of the written word, photography and gardening emerged shortly after giving birth to her first child. Once she became a parent her passion for writing, photography and gardening grew as quickly as her three children.

Painter began designing websites in 1995 when she assisted in creating the first website of MiraCosta College in Oceanside, CA.  In October of 2004 she started her own web design firm,, specializing in creating hospitality sites. Painter has consulted widely with management teams across North America on the topics of marketing, sales and the strategic impact of the Internet.

In 2005 Painter accepted a position as a staff writer for the consumer magazine “Bed & Breakfast America” to interview innkeepers and write about premier inns all across America.  While traveling for the magazine with her husband, Doug Painter, the couple stayed on the look-out for interesting photographic opportunities.

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