Eloise is a London based photographer with over 20 years experience in the industry. Her body of work is varied, ranging from music photography, to behind the scenes stills, incorporating events, headshots, and product and food photography. However, her passion lies in world events, specifically indigenous cultures and how they live. Her work towards this has seen her being awarded the Guardian Travel Photographer of the Month and being a three time runner up. She has also won The Telegraph Big Picture travel photographer of the month three times.

 

After studying Photography at the London College of Communication, she began her career by assisting photographers such as John Stoddart and Barry Lategan on art and editorial shoots. She then gained an internship at The Times in 2009. From there, she started to move towards music, being fortunate enough to become the tour photographer for Charli XCX, Rudimental and Hans Zimmer.

 

She has now had work published in The Guardian, The Times, National Geographic online, Tattoo Collector, The Telegraph, Metro, Evening Standard, Bass Magazine and Kerrang.

 

In 2014, her interest in indigenous cultures took her to Ethiopia and lead to what has now become her biggest passion: living with, and capturing images from indigenous cultures all over the world. She is working on these captures becoming a book which will also be filled with interviews of these amazing people, shedding light on their lives and important issues, like how climate change disproportionately affects them. 

 

Other frequent collaborators include the famous Camden market and the charity Keys of Change. Eloise is always open to enhancing her portfolio with new exciting clients and saying a friendly hello to anyone who wants to drop her a line!

  Services offered include 

Even Photography

Portrait photography

Family Portraits 

Product and food photography 

music photography; live music and press shots

 

For more information on events photography please go to 

www.eloisecampbell.com