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Ash Kreis, better known as Ash Coyote is an American YouTuber, fursuiter, cinematographer, and an adventure lover.[citation needed] She likes to travel around and shoot videos with her husband and friends.[citation needed] Ash is a furry, which she has been involved in the fandom for a long time.[citation needed] She worked in the film industry ever since, she worked as a professor her at local university teaching cinematography and advanced lighting. Ash later retired from the position to transition for her later years of life.[1][2][3][4]

Content Style[]

Previously, Ash does a lot of gaming-based videos on her channel in her series called Furry Games.[citation needed] She's played games such as Sonic Mania and Sonic Adventure and playing other ranges of games, other of his video series is Yapping with Ash and Ask Ash, is where it's more commentary-based where he gets to answer questions and share personal experiences.[citation needed] She also collaborated and interviewed with other furry YouTubers such as Glitch[5], Ragehound[6], and Beagle.in.red.[7]

Ash's second channel she touches on LGBTQ+ topics and commentary about the said topic. Recently, she created a side channel for "VR Stuff" called AshQuitsReality.[citation needed]

Documentaries[]

"The Fandom"[]

Ash Coyote, Chip Fox, and Pixel Fox Gaming produced and directed a furry documentary called "The Fandom" that was funded through Kickstarter that started in March 2019 and ended in May the same year and was raised over $532,000.[8] The documentary was an hour and twenty-six minutes long and was primarily going to be released at some film festivals, but was immediately canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The documentary was premiered on Ash's channel on July 3, 2020, the same day that Blu-Ray and other digital platforms were released.[citation needed]

"HERO"[]

Following the success of "The Fandom", Ash released another furry-related 46-minute documentary called "HERO", which follows Hero - who was diagnosed with cancer at age 22, but he found the furry fandom as an escape and find eternal happiness, The trailer was released on December 20, 2020, the documentary premiered in December 31.[citation needed]

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