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Meet Amy Brooks: Woman born without limbs who can still do anything

Amy Brooks from Pittsburgh, U.S. , who was born with Congenital Tetraphocomelia, a birth defect that affects all four limbs, hasn't let her disability affect her life.

Meet Amy Brooks: Woman born without limbs who can still do anything

Although born with no limbs, the 37-year-old proved that she could still do anything, such as cooking, writing, photographing, and even sewing, but only in a different way.

She was abandoned by her biological parents shortly after birth, and they even went as far as to ask hospital staff to put her in a room and not feed her. Fortunately, she was later adopted by the loving Brooks family.

Can you imagine being born without arms or legs? What would be the quality of your life? How would you cope? What would your attitude or personality be like? How about the depth of your humor, the level of your faith, or your compassion for others?
Meet the lovely Amy Brooks: No arms, No legs... No problem!
Meet Amy Brooks: Woman born without limbs who can still do anything

Amy was born with an extremely rare condition called Tetraphocomelia--having no arms or legs. She was then left abandoned at the hospital by her birth parents where the staff was asked if they could "put her in a room and not feed her."

In her inspiring, humorous, and uplifting 2-part autobiography, Amy takes you on an amazing journey as she shares her life story and her enviable faith. All throughout, she will make you laugh. She will also make you cry a little. Most importantly, Amy will challenge and inspire you in a way that promises to change your life forever!

Some of Amy's earliest memories are the times she spent with her sister, painting those little houses that go under your tree, or on your mantles at Christmas time. And the puff paint shirts in the '80's!

As she grew into her teen years she started to draw and once she graduated high school, she picked up a technique called 'Paper Tole'.

Meet Amy Brooks: Woman born without limbs who can still do anything
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In the summer of 2014, Amy began an internship at Steel Gate Studio under the mentorship of Alex Jones. There she has been learning software such as Photoshop, CaptureOne and PhotoMechanic. Using the software she has begun to grow in editing skills as well as taking care of some productions.

All of the work you see on this site was created by either holding tools in Amy's mouth or between her chin and shoulder. Amy believes that, though she may not have the talent of Picasso or Norman Rockwell, the talent she has was God-given. She says she loves creating art to show that, "If God can use me, He can use ANYONE!".



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