Ashley Anthony
Photographer

Ashley Anthony is a self taught photographer who is truly passionate about her work. Growing up in the nostalgic South has attributed much to her stylistic approach. Through photography, Ashley is able to articulate how she sees the world: in vivid colors and inspiring images. Working with people comes naturally to Ashley, and it is shows through in her strong compositions.

Ashley currently resides in Los Angeles, California where she can usually be seen around town with a vintage Rollei film camera. When not shooting, Ashley enjoys anything to do with music and playing some herself.

She has been featured in the following: PDN Magazine’s October 2011 Issue, The Look Contest, CMYK 51, November 2011 Issue, Refinery 29, October 2011, and Photo Donuts Blog, June 2011.

Ashley Anthony
Photographer

Ashley Anthony is a self taught photographer who is truly passionate about her work. Growing up in the nostalgic South has attributed much to her stylistic approach. Through photography, Ashley is able to articulate how she sees the world: in vivid colors and inspiring images. Working with people comes naturally to Ashley, and it is shows through in her strong compositions.

Ashley currently resides in Los Angeles, California where she can usually be seen around town with a vintage Rollei film camera. When not shooting, Ashley enjoys anything to do with music and playing some herself.

She has been featured in the following: PDN Magazine’s October 2011 Issue, The Look Contest, CMYK 51, November 2011 Issue, Refinery 29, October 2011, and Photo Donuts Blog, June 2011.

  • Eyes in the Stone
    May 17 – Jul 28, 2024
    Eko 9 Triennale
    Maribor, Slovenia
    From folktales and the origins of modern horror in literature and film to contemporary art forms, the horror genre has always possessed the potential to address human and societal fears. With the exhibition Eyes in the Stone, we give power to the primary emotion of fear to jolt us from our numbness to seemingly failing warnings of science. The artists in the exhibition respond in form and narrative to the threatening atmosphere in nature and culture. (more…)