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, an organisation which celebrates women in photography.


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


Clients:

Adidas, Bacardi, Channel 4, Facebook, Nike, Refinery29, Wordplay magazine, ASBO magazine, NASS festival, Urban Development, Help Musicians, Livity, Digital Voices, Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, UCL, Girls I Rate, Special Guest, The Blues Project.


Features:

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

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