Ashley Bomberry is Mohawk from the Six Nations of the Grand River territory. She is a writer, producer, director, and administrator.
Ashley curates multicultural and diverse showcases of talent. She creates discussion and aims to build bridges between marginalized and dominant culture groups with her work. Ashley focuses on her Indigenous roots, and endeavors to impart strength, hope, and healing in Indigenous communities around the world through the arts.
Ashley’s short documentary film, Hoop Dance, premiered at the Female Eye Film Festival and she worked as Executive Assistant to Producer Mary Young Leckie on the award winning film Maudie. Ashley also recently co-produced The Hunt, a short VR film written and directed by Danis Goulet. The project featured a predominantly Haudenosaunee cast, was filmed using the Mohawk language, and was shot on Indigenous territory in Tkàron:to and on Six Nations. Ashley has also worked as a consultant with the Canadian Dance Assembly, and is excited to continue fostering her relationship with Canada’s dance communities.
Jennifer A. Lee