Ashley is something of a seer...when she was six years old she walked up to her mother in her ballet outfit that she never took off and told her that when she grew up she was going to be a photographer and live in Montana.
It's 23 years later and Ashley, as predicted, is a photographer based out of Bozeman, MT. Since she has graduated from Montana State with her degree in photography, she has been honing her skills as a documentary, portrait, and still life photography while exploring other areas of photography.
Ashley has always had a healthy yearning to learn about the world. Particularly the cultures and people within it. While at MSU Ashley picked up an anthropology minor. She flourished under her professor's teachings of different cultures, her own culture, the human body, and what we (humans) have left behind to teach us about our history. In the latter years of her school, she began to focus on photography that is borne from her interest in science, weather it be physical or social. She has tailored her photography with science and her love for homosapiens- hence the name Fotosapien.