Ellie Pritts Explores Color and Challenges People’s Perceptions

Originally hailing from Chicago, Ellie Pritts began her career in the arts as a classically trained cellist who studied at Merit School of Music. She went on to launch her photography business at the age of 19, dropping out of college to pursue her craft full time. Pritts finds that music can create such dramatically different landscapes and color palettes in her imagination, it’s definitely a major source of inspiration for her. Pritts’ imaginative work has captured the attention of esteemed publications such as WIRED and TIME Magazine, who in 2016 named her one of the top photographers to follow in the U.S. Long in demand as a photographer, she’s now expanded to directing and working in production design and additionally works as a marketing consultant for professional creatives and has been invited to do marketing workshops all across the U.S. There’s so much to say about this artist and see a lot more of her artwork, so, be sure to visit her website and Instagram Page.

“Someone’s got a case of the moonday.”


From landscapes to portraits and music – you can find so many different and interesting themes in Pritts’ portfolio.


“2100” is a satirical photo essay Pritts did on the first human to live on Mars, and it’s now up for our viewing pleasure.


Vidya Vox – you can find many familiar faces scrolling through Pritts’ Instagram Page.

Devils Garden, Arches National Park


You recognize this fella, right?

The otherworldly Drum & Lace

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