Ellie Ramsden is a photographic artist based in the UK.

Ellie's love for underground music and youth culture have led her to document London's contemporary music scene over the past five years, self-publishing her first photo-book 'Too Many Man: Women of Grime' in 2019, and releasing a second edition in 2021. 

Much of Ellie's work aims to question stereotypes, stimulate discussion and give new perspectives. In her personal projects, she is interested in exploring gender equality and documenting communities, especially those who choose to live outside of the conventional constructs of society. 

Ellie divides her time between personal projects and taking on photographic commissions. Her work has been exhibited internationally as well as being widely featured in the press.


Clients:

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


Features:

BBC NewsLondonistClash Magazine, Creative ReviewGUAP, Keep Hush, aint-bad, Foundation FMTMRW mag, Mixmag, Evening StandardTrench Trench Trench, Wordplay MagazineHundred HeroinesMini Click, Rife magazine, The Doyennes, 14HQ.

Solo exhibitions:

2020: The Future is in The Air - Dalston, London

2019: Too Many Man - Adidas HQ, Germany

2019: Too Many Man - Keakie, London


Group exhibitions:

2022: Postcards from Europe - Cambridge University (upcoming)

2021: The Print Swap - Foley Gallery, New York

2021: A Way of Life - Museum of Youth Culture gallery, London

2020: Home Museum - LagosPhoto Festival 2020 (online)

2020: Non-Conformist - ElliottHalls Gallery (online)

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

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


Permanent collections:

Museum of Youth Culture archives

Using Format