Elliot Ross is a New York City based photographer with a BFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design. His work has been widely published, with notable appearances in National Geographic Magazine, The Guardian and the The Atlantic. Elliot applies this journalistic approach to his work in advertising, often casting real people and referencing the brand’s history heavily throughout the imagery. As a result, many of Elliot’s clients have roots in American heritage, such as Carhartt and Filson. His fine art work focuses predominantly on human stories that explore the social, cultural and economic effects of geographic isolation. Recent projects have focused on the remote mining township of Coober Pedy in the Australian Outback, rural farming communities in the American West, the Amazigh communities of the Atlas mountains, access and infrastructure in Southeast Haiti, and the plight of refugees arriving in the Greek Islands.