Ellie Tsatsou-Palmer
Ellie Tsatsou

Ellie Tsatsou-Palmer

London, UK

Ellie Tsatsou-Palmer is a Greek-born, London-based photographer and educator whose work explores wonder, notions of home & intuition through digital & analogue photography, writing and teaching. She is particularly interested in the manifestation of creative living in the everyday - in all our presence, not just our jobs. Having been mentored by photographers Nick Knight (London, 2010/11) and Ryan McGinley (New York, 2012/13), her work draws references from the vast sea of poetry, astronomy, history of aesthetics and the mystical alchemies of art-making. Since 2018, Ellie is an Associate Lecturer at the University of the Arts London, where she is teaching image-making as well as delivering and expanding her workshops of insightful contemplation on the creative process. In early 2020, she also joined Ravensbourne University London, and launched a new chapter of her business dedicated to her holistic approach to the creative process, entitled 'Integrated Creativity'. You can hear more about Ellie's creative path in her homonym podcast.


Preferred Style
Natural, minimal, quiet

Preferred Camera
Canon 5D Mark III, a Fuji XT2 and a Contax G2.

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  1. Light at the Forest Gate
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    £960.00
  2. Arriving (2016)
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    £200.00
  3. Marblescape #3 (2016)
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    £200.00
  4. An Improvisation (2012)
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    £200.00
  5. Of Athens (2017)
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    £200.00
  6. Cy (2015)
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    £200.00
  7. Moon #21
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    £3,000.00
  8. Moon #19
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    £3,000.00
  9. Moon #17
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    £3,000.00
  10. Moon #I2
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    £3,000.00
  11. Moon #II
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    £3,000.00
  12. Moon #7
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    £6,600.00

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Quick Questions

Style?

Aesthetics.

Inspiration?

A sense of wonder.

Favorite part of your job?

Observation of life.

Secret ambition?

Not so secret, but I would love to see my work exhibited in California.

Worst moment?

Tech failures - feeling dependent on machines and equipment.

What is in your dream fine art photographic collection?

The 'Smooch Baby Face' (1987) photograph by Harold Feinstein

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