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About Elainea Emmott


Elainea Emmott started out as a protest photographer for Women's March London in 2017. Self taught she became their Official Photographer and worked for grassroots organisations on Saturdays at a time when she was the only female black photographer covering stories for Million Women Rise, UKBlack Pride, Care UK, Bloody Good Period Company, WomenforRefugee Women and Sophie Hayes Foundation.  Her activism is important in the people she photographs highlighting disabilities and promoting the older 50', amazing women, and communities.  Her background in fashion, designing her own label, Chalk internationally via Paris Fashion Week to shops avant garden lifestyle shops such as Egg, Takashimaya (NY), Browns & Joseph, can be seen in her textural, clean imagery whether photographing food or people. Highly creative, her style plays off her background of appreciating beauty;


Elainea's work photography work can be seen in editorial magazines, advertising campaigns and award winning exhibitions.  She also writes and contributes to food and lifestyle magazines including Delicious Magazine and her personalised page on the BBC Website. Elainea & Wesley have written, photographed and published a food and culture magazine called Heritage  #001 together.  They both cook at theiSupper Club 'Our Seat, Our Table'

Elainea & Wesley both model for Zebedee Agency, London.

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The Invisible Powerhouse Exhibition - This is what Over 50's looks like by Mullenlowe Group:  Photographer: Ian Treherne

Elainea and Wesley � Table � Luke Fullal
Photo by Luke Fullalove 
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