Frankie Perez is a New York and Montreal-based artist whose visual identity is informed by his background as a world class breakdancer. Both his photography and films carry a sense of motion while exploring fashion and portraiture in a raw, youthful, and energetic style.
His work has been featured in The New York Times, i-D, DAZED, The Face magazine and Creative Review, with commissions from clients like Converse, Obey, FarFetch and Maison Margiela. Frankie is also a recipient of the Queens Council of the Arts new work grant, with which he self-published his first photo book titled “See Me Up? It’s ‘Cause I’ve Been Down” that is centered around the dance culture he grew up in.