Elliott Cole

Statement

Elliott Cole (b.1985)is a photographer based in the United Kingdom working on documentary-based and research-led projects that focus on social and environmental issues.

His recent work has centred around subject matters including mental health and our relationship with the natural world, marginalised communities and the environment. As well as pursuing his own self-initiated projects, he works both editorially and commercially – his work has been published in publications such as The Guardian, Boneshaker and Huck, and commercial clients include KPMG and Rolls Royce. He received a BA in Photography from Nottingham Trent University in 2009, and is currently pursuing an MA in Photography at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol).

Achievements & Experience

MA Photography, UWE Bristol 2020
BA(Hons) Photography, Nottingham Trent University, 2009

Work featured by Broad Magazine, The Southwest Collective, Huck Magazine, Boneshaker Magazine, The Guardian.

Contact

Personal Professional Website Personal professional email

Featured Projects:

A Hull To Hold The Waves At Bay

This piece of work explores the coping mechanisms people develop to help them manage their mental health.

A Hull To Hold The Waves At Bay

This piece of work explores the coping mechanisms people develop to help them manage their mental health.

A Hull To Hold The Waves At Bay

This piece of work explores the coping mechanisms people develop to help them manage their mental health.

A Hull To Hold The Waves At Bay

This piece of work explores the coping mechanisms people develop to help them manage their mental health.

A Hull To Hold The Waves At Bay

This piece of work explores the coping mechanisms people develop to help them manage their mental health.

A Hull To Hold The Waves At Bay

This piece of work explores the coping mechanisms people develop to help them manage their mental health.