Eleanor Beale is a fine art documentary photographer living in Bristol, whose work focuses on unique individuals and their stories. Eleanor uses her camera as a therapeutic tool, working collaboratively to give a voice to others. "For my work the processes behind the images are often more important than the photographic outcome, I want my subjects to gain catharsis from my work, the conversation and therapeutic processes that happen during shooting”.
Eleanor has had several works featured in online articles and magazines, she enjoys having her work shared as others can often relate to the context and gain their
own form of catharsis. The unique aesthetics of Eleanor's imagery is her main strength, and she has started to look at how this can be applied in a fashion context. Eleanor’s current project, ‘A Leaf in the Daisy Field’ charts the growth of the unique relationship she shares with her sister.