Amber Winick is a writer and design historian. She has an expertise in the way design intersects with the lives of women, children, and families and has researched and written extensively on these topics for places like the Solomon. R. Guggenheim Museum blog, The New York School of Interior Design, The Wolfsonian Museum, The Bard Graduate Center Gallery, and the magazine Disegno.
In 2014–15, she received a Fulbright Research Fellowship in Art and Architectural History in Hungary. A guest researcher at the Iparművészeti Múzeum—the Museum of Applied Arts—in Budapest, she researched twentieth century designs and policies made for Hungarian children and families. These days, she has the pleasure of working with design curator, Michelle Millar Fisher, on the book and exhibition, Showing: Making (and Unmaking) Babies Through Design.