Elliot Ross is a NYC based freelance photographer. His interest for the photographic medium and the idea of isolation developed during his upbringing in rural Colorado. Working predominantly on the road, his work is concerned with human stories that explore the interpersonal, 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.The journalistic approach that he takes to artistic concerns and the artistic treatment he gives journalistic endeavors are informed by his background in fine arts. He holds 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, Refinery29 and the The Atlantic.