ELISA L. IANNACONE is an extroadinary photographer who has worked in over 25 countries across Africa, Asia, Europe, America and the Middle East. Her vast experience has given her a unique perspective of the world, and her work is both evocative and accomplished.
Working as a photo-journalist, Elisa has delivered work for the likes of National Geographic, BBC World News and Vice, and to much acclaim. With an MA in International Journalism from City University London, Elisa has covered challenging environments, from the Rabaa massacre in Cairo, to domestic violence within Iraqi refugee camps.
Elisa is the creator of The Spiral of Containment: Rape’s Aftermath, an art exhibition exploring the impact of rape through 25 survivors’ photographs. Using her creative photography skills, she has tapped into the realm of the imagination to portray a deeply emotional subject.
Elisa’s greatest strength is her ability to use natural surroundings to bring out real beauty, even when taking headshots, and her understanding of tone and lighting allows her to create pictures that truly stand out.
Elisa is currently living in London, but with bases all over the world and an insatiable sense of adventure, she’s always happy to travel for the right project.
For all enquiries about Elisa, please contact her agent Jody Medland in the first instance.
Jody Medland | Talent Agent
Number: 0773 136 1264