Ashley Frangie is a 30-year-old Mexican photographer, born in Guadalajara, Jalisco. She inherited her creativity from her mother, with whom she used to paint and make sculptures as a child. In 2013, she graduated from the Brooks Institute of Photography in Fine Art of Photography. While attending the Brooks Institute, she joined the f-11 and, once graduated, she moved to New York, where she worked for Kenneth Willardt for two years.
Ashley describes herself as a person with a nomadic heart; she has lived in many cities and, at present, she lives Los Angeles. She is passionate about photographing hands, and she is a great admirer of photographers Deborah Turbeville and Francesca Woodman. Her first solo exhibition, called ‘Las horas que me tomo’, took place at Casa Paraíso, in 2015 and, since then, Ashley has made several exhibitions in different cities of the United States, Mexico and Germany. Nowadays, she works for brands such as Nylon, Vogue, Elle, Tommy Hilﬁger, Givency, Cream Magazine, L’Ofﬁciel, Lancome, Tiffany, YSL, Ben and Frank, Sony and Desigual.