English photographer Ellen Rogers grew up as military child and took inspiration from her amateur-photographer Father. She started making ‘art photography’ at a young age and moved to London for inspiration as soon as she could. She completed a masters in photography in 2007 and met a well-known fashion stylist at her thesis show and was then whisked into the fashion industry. Ellen has been a professional photographer for quite a few years now has mostly been working in the fashion industry giving lectures on the subject in various universities around England. In her spare time she can usually be found in the darkroom practicing alternative processes, reading comics, researching politics or playing video games. Check out the world of her dark atmospheric photography below.
Ellen Rogers is an all-analogue photographer and filmmaker. To date she has been featured and interviewed in numerous magazines such as i-D magazine, Vice, Tank, Dazed And Confused, British Journal of Photography, The Guardian, Vogue IT, Glamour, Lula; Girl of my dreams, Pheonix Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar China, Grazia IT and worked for fashion designers such as Alice Temperley, Evans,Charlotte Olympia, Piers Atkinson, Sorcha O’Raghallaigh, Maria Francesca Pepe and many more.