I am a freelance photographer and visual artist currently based in London, UK. I use this blog as a place to show work-in-progress, images from recent commissions, exhibition details, and other random bits and bobs.

Please visit www.kateelliott.co.uk for more examples of my work, and www.kateelliottphotography.co.uk for my commercial photography website. I am also one half of artist collaboration KEEM.

Wednesday, 28 November 2012

New Blog - Time stands still when I think of you

After more than two years of working on the public art project Time stands still when I think of you, I have finally collated all of the documentation to date into a new blog page - click here to check it out.

Sunday, 4 November 2012

The Arts Club, Winter Exhibition

Here are a few photos I took at the Arts Club, Dover Street, when they asked me back to photograph their latest installation. 

The opening of Media Space has been announced

A couple of weeks ago I was commissioned by the Science Museum in London to take some photos of the new Media Space - a collaboration between the Science Museum and the National Media Museum in Bradford - scheduled to open in June 2013.

For further information and to read some of the recent press, click on the articles below.

 The Telegraph, Friday 2 November 2012

The Guardian, Friday 2 November 2012

British Journal of Photography, November 2012

Amateur Photographer, November 2012

Friday, 2 November 2012

Exhibition: A Chain of Wooded Mountains

On Thursday 1 November the KEEM exhibition A Chain of Wooded Mountains opened at Long White Cloud Gallery as part of Photomonth 2012.  The exhibition continues until 12 November.

Press Release: 
Last October KEEM travelled to the Balkans, taking 3 cameras and shooting 1237 photographs in 10 days. What happens when two people take the same trip, see the same things, and hold the same cameras? When does the memory of physically taking a photograph merge into the memory of the image produced? Through the amalgamation of two individuals' memories, boundaries start to blur, and lines start to cross over. 
There are common themes that run throughout the images, bringing elements of the individual practice of each of the KEEM artists to the forefront: the body, people in the landscape, architecture, the presence of two individuals, an intimate relationship.

Both members of KEEM have made a personal edit of 80 images from the original 1237 photographs. Here, they have selected a series of diptychs previously undisclosed to each other. The act of editing has taken on the same importance as the initial act of taking the photographs - opening up the first chance for conversation, comparison and influence.

Long White Cloud Gallery 151 Hackney Road, London, E2 8JL
Exhibition dates: 1 November – 12 November

This is a KEEM project - click here for more information