Ellie Davies (Born 1976) lives in London and works in the forests of the South of England.
She received her MA in Photography from London College of Communication.
Davies had her sixth solo exhibition in the autumn of 2012 at The Richard Young Gallery, London. Her work has recently been exhibited at Arles Photo Festival in France, The Noorderlicht Photofestival in The Netherlands, and the Singapore International Photo Festival, with touring exhibitions in 2013. In late 2012 The Open to Interpretation: Intimate Landscape Exhibition toured the USA including Gordon Parks Gallery, St Paul, Minneapolis, and Newspace Centre for Photography, Portland, Oregon.
Solo shows in 2011 included Come with Me – New Landscape by Ellie Davies at The Print House Gallery in London, Smoke and Mirrors: Solo Exhibition at 10GS in London, and Ellie Davies Solo Exhibition at Bruce Collections, Kiev in Ukraine.
Her work has recently been featured in Interior Design USA, Fraction Magazine’s 50th Issue, Circle Magazine-France, Snob Magazine-Russia, Fuzion Magazine, Photo+ Magazine-South Korea, Conscientious, Silvershotz, Lens Culture, Art Ukraine, Tree Magazine, Entitle Magazine, Urbanautica, F-Stop Magazine, Le Monde Magazine and The London Independent Photography Selected Artist Showcase. Recent books include WUD: Four Fictional Walks in the Woods, a limited-edition hardcover Photobook published by Tangerine Press in December 2012. Also, Open To Interpretation: Intimate Landscapes – Published October 2012, and Behind the Image By Natasha Caruana and Anna Fox.
Davies was recently selected as a finalist of the 2013 LICC Awards, and was awarded an Honourable Mention in the Professional Women Photographers International Juried Exhibition 2012. She was also selected for the Lens Culture International Exposure Awards 2010, 1st Place in the Fine Art Landscape category of the 2010 PX3 Paris Photo Prize, The Exeter Phoenix 2010 Audience Choice Award, ArtSlant Showcase Juried Winner in 2010 and 2011, and Commended in the LPA Landscape Awards 2010.
Her work is held in private collections in the UK, the US, Central and Eastern Europe, South Korea, Russia and The United Arab Emirates. WUD: Four Fictional Walks in the Woods has been added to the collections of the National Art Library at the V and A Museum in London, The Library Project Bookshop, the Glasgow School of Art Library, and is stocked in Foyles London.