Frey is a cross-disciplinary artist, originally from Georgia and is currently serving a residency in the Atlanta Contemporary’s Studio Artist Program. She has exhibited domestically with solo shows in Seattle, WA, New York City, NY and Atlanta GA with international exhibitions in Belgium, Austria and Spain. Frey's commissions include large-scale outdoor public works created for the Katonah Museum of Art’s campus, Dashboard US at Woodruff Park, and a permanent outdoor work for Perennial Projects. Accolades include the Prince of Wales Fellowship in Normandy, FR, publication in New American Paintings, residency grants with Jentel, Vermont Studio Center, and Marble House Project, where she subsequently serves as an advisory board member and juror. Frey has instructed and lectured at Hunter College, Rutgers University, New York Academy of Art, Auburn University, LIM College, Abbey Road International Program, and Georgia State University. She received her MFA in painting, magna cum laude, from the New York Academy of Art and her BFA, with a concentration in drawing and printmaking, from Auburn University. Additionally, Frey studied at the Florence Academy, Florence, Italy. Her work is held in numerous private collections.