Madeleine Rose Elliott is a photographer and writer whose work crosses boundaries between literature and contemporary issues, whilst entwined with aspects of her personal life and views. Her current work is challenging modern perceptions on death: how we as a culture avoid our mortality, if death can ever be wholly accepted and the role that art and philosophy take in this, and, as a young women herself, the connections that this may have with femininity and how we view women and girls both in reality and media.

She classes herself as a critical thinker and indulges her thoughts in theoretical essays, some of which you can find amongst this site, as separate pieces of work.
Outside of university, Madeleine works as an artist’s assistant, a freelance photographer, a gallery invigilator and an events photographer for Tate Modern.