Photo by Willis Roberts.
Ashley Simone is a New York City based editor, writer, photographer, and professor of architecture at Pratt Institute. Her practice investigates the intersection of architecture, art and culture, and draws on her training as an architect at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. Her photography, which explores the built environment, has been exhibited in New York and London and featured in journals and magazines that include Architectural Design and Interior Design. She is the editor of A Genealogy of Modern Architecture: Comparative Critical Analysis of Built Form by Kenneth Frampton (Zurich: Lars Müller, 2015), Absurd Thinking Between Art and Design by Allan Wexler (Zurich: Lars Müller, 2017), Two Journeys by Michael Webb (Zurich: Lars Müller, 2018).