Amanda Bolduc was born and raised in the State of Maine. She graduated with a degree in Psychology from the University of Maine. Amanda served over 12 years in the Army and ended her career as an officer in the Corp of Engineers. In 2011, Amanda was elevated to the Advance Amateur division and last year placed 1st at the Fort Myers Beach, Florida American Sand Sculpting Championship. This winter she expanded her sculpting medium to snow and entered a snow sculpting competition with her mother at the Camden Winterfest in Maine. They’re abstract fish sculpture landed them a 1st place finish and qualified them to compete at the National Snow Sculpting Championship in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin in 2016. When Amanda isn’t sculpting, you’d most likely find her skiing down the slopes, watching her kids at sporting events or enjoying a boat ride with her husband and kids.
Amanda is from Skowhegan, Maine and has been sculpting since 2006