Ellie Ramsden is a London-based photographer who specialises in portrait, music and street photography. Ellie's love for underground music and youth culture have led her to document London's music scene, self-publishing her first photo-book "Too Many Man: Women of Grime" in 2019. Ellie is also Creative Executive for Hundred Heroines, a charity which works to make art and the education of art more accessible to the general public, especially in photography and the visual arts and in particular by the exhibition and promotion of women in photography.


Clients:

Adidas, Nike, Bacardi, Channel 4, Facebook, Refinery29, Wordplay magazine, ASBO magazine, NASS festival, Battersea Cats & Dogs Home, Help Musicians UK, Livity, Digital Voices.


Features:

BBC Newsbeat, Clash Magazine, Creative Review, Hundred Heroines, Keep Hush, Link Up TV, TMRW mag, Evening Standard, Lapp The Brand, The Move, Photograd, Warm n Easy, Mini Click, Rife magazine, The Doyennes.

Exhibitions:

2020: The Future is in The Air - Dalston, London (solo exhibition)

2020: (Re)framing our Identities - Bologna, Italy

2019: Too Many Man - Adidas HQ, Germany (solo exhibition)

2019: Streetstyle: from Teddy Boys to Grime Kids - Trinity Art Gallery, London

2019: Representation on the Line: (Un)framing Our Identities - Hive, Blackpool

2019: Representation on the Line: (Un)framing Our Identities - Chelsea Telephone Exhange, London

2018: South West Graduate Photography Prize - Old Truman Bewery, London

2018: 32 Photographers - Gallery Different, London

2017: Behind the Beat - Spectrum, Brighton

2017: Hardwick Gallery Collection - Hardwick Gallery, Cheltenham

2016: Blank Space Gallery - Vancouver, Canada

Using Format