Sarah Elliott is a graduate of Parson's School of Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography. In addition, she has taken courses at Rhode Island School of Design and the International Center of Photography.
Sarah has traveled extensively and began her photography career as a photojournalist, living in Kenya for six years. During her time in the region, Elliott documented social issues in Africa with a focus on women. Stories include reproductive rights in Kenya, maternal mortality in Ethiopia, fistula repair in Central African Republic and women's roles during the Egyptian and Libyan Revolutions.
Sarah's photographs have been published by The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Telegraph Magazine, The International Herald Tribune, The Guardian, The Observer, Financial Times Magazine, Stern, Men's Vogue, Vanity Fair, Marie Claire, Domino Magazine, T: New York Times Style Magazine, Monocle, Mother Jones, Time Magazine, Newsweek, Grazia Magazine, The Center for Reproductive Rights, Doctors Without Boarders, The Gates Foundation and the Red Cross.
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Premier winner of Global World: Through the lens of human rights award 2011