The Fantastic Miss Fox
Written & Photographed by Ky DiGregorio
New York City is where the “creative souls” live. The smart girls who listened to The Cure in high school, and the lost boys in thrift store suits that dreamed of them. Maybe the entirety of the city is not this romanticized and cinematic, but the artistic life of photographer Ash Fox is… very much so.
As a fixture in the New York rock ‘n roll nightlife scene, Fox is more than just a powerhouse party photographer, but also a fashion blogger, clothing designer, multitalented media artist, and advocate of the art of the “rock n’ roll confidence”.
“When you’re working nine to five in a cubicle, picking yourself apart, held back by fear of living the life you wish you had,” Fox says, “the ‘rock star’ who seems to live life outside of normalcy is like a superhero. It seems like a life like that is out of reach, but it doesn’t have to be.”
By Ash Fox
Our favorite fashion maven/nightlife photographer/blogger, Ash Fox, is now also our newest writer. Check back for more from Ash on rock n’ roll style and New York experiences. Below is Ash’s first blog on Scott Weiland’s May show at the Gramercy Theater: Continue reading
“Rock N Roll is like meat and potatoes and people are starving for some real nourishment for their soul.“
Never again shall the words “Rock n’ roll is dead” be spoken in New York City. At least, not while Kelle Calco is around. Photographer Ash Fox calls him “the ultimate curator of the rock n’ roll nightlife scene”, and all the best of New York’s musicians, models, scenesters, and artists all come out to his parties. Find him in the dark corners of Ladyland at The Hudson Hotel on Thursdays, or sitting by the fireplace at The Royalton with Lady Starlight on Tuesdays, but wherever he is, the nightlife is raging. Continue reading