Ashley Bourne is a British photographer currently based in Bristol, UK.

During his College education Ashley was Selected by Magnum photographer Mark Power as the winner of his Black Country Stories competition and was awarded honorary membership to The Royal Photographic Society. After graduating from a Bachelor of Arts degree at Falmouth University late last year, he was labelled amongst 2016's best photography graduates by the British Journal Of Photography and his work has since been featured in places such as The Guardian, CNN Photos and Fisheye Magazine.

Contact :
+44 7525242748

CV :
Intern | Nadav Kander. January / February 2017
BA (Hons) Photography | Falmouth university 2013 2016

Press :   
Aint-Bad Magazine. (online2017
Fisheye Magazine. (online2016
CNN | What it's like to live in a monastery. (online2016
The Guardian | Abbey life: inside Britain's Benedictine monasteries. (online2016
Aint-Bad magazine. (online2016
The Print Space | Daily Dose interview. (online)  2016
The British Journal Of Photography | Class of 2016. August 2016
Photograd (online2016
Mull It Over | interviews  (online)  2014
Desillusion Magazine - Tome 1 | skate rats  2014
The Analogue year book, 2014
The Royal Photographic society magazine | Power and Beauty2013

Group Exhibitions :
Emerging Talent | Retina: Scottish International Photo Festival. The Image Collective, Edinburgh. JULY 2017
Trajectory | Photomonth: East London Photo Festival. The Print Space Gallery, London. 2016
Free Range | The Old Truman Brewery, London.  2016
Degree shows | The Photography Gallery, Falmouth. 2016
No Use For A Name | The Fish Factory, Falmouth.  2016
Granite | The Fish Factory, Falmouth. 2016
End of year show | The Poly, Falmouth. 2015
Power and Beauty | New Walsall art gallery, Walsall. 2012 

Awards :
Honorary membership, Black Country Stories, The Royal photography society. 2012