i only miss you when i’m breathing, which Ashley directed and co-produced with Lori Fischer and Phil Vassar, is an Official Selection of the 2020 Long Island International Film Expo.
Ashley has collaborated with Eric Dickson again on his latest project, Who is the Third Who Walks Always Beside You?, a site-specific audio installation in the West Village of New York City, mounted during the COVID-19 pandemic. The audio content of the installation consists of monologues that collectively trace the wanderings of three characters as Read More …
Check out Ashley’s book in the May 2020 issue of Music Connection!
“…a compelling look back… Giguere and Collins have crafted the narrative in surprisingly dense (and often annotated) yet compulsively readable prose… captures the excitement of the 1960s… narrated in an engaging and amiable voice… an enjoyable trip back in time…” Read Joe Marchese’s review here.
Carmela Baranowska of We Are Moving Stories interviewed Ashley about the making of i only miss you when i’m breathing.
“Giguere, co-writing with author Ashley Wren Collins, keeps the book chatty, gives it an up close and personal atmosphere, and maintains it…insightful revelations…wonderful tidbits…freewheeling, fun-to-read…” Read Ed Symkus’s review here.
The short film Ashley directed and co-produced, i only miss you when i’m breathing, starring Phil Vassar and Lori Fischer, will screen in the virtual 2020 Sarasota Film Festival, April 27 – May 3. Tickets will be $3.99. Learn more here.
“Along Comes The Association is a sentimental, seductive trip back to one of the 1960’s best-loved acts…Russ Giguere’s musical journey (as written with co-author Ashley Wren-Collins) makes for a marvelous memoir…takes the reader on a kaleidoscopic journey through the many highs and sometimes low experiences that he and the band lived through. It’s an exceptional story whether Read More …
“Along Comes The Association: Beyond Folk Rock and Three-Piece Suits is a fascinating book, an accurate and visual portrait of the Los Angeles and Hollywood music world of the sixties,” writes Harvey Kubernik in Music Connection. Read the full review and feature here.
Giguere and co-writer Ashley Wren Collins approached Along Comes The Association in a journalistic fashion,” writes Billboard. Read the article here.