Elsie Kibue is a Kenyan born photographer based in London, UK.
She graduated from the University of Westminster with a BA in Photography (2017) and an MA in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism (2020).
Initially self-taught, her love for the medium continues to grow. Her photography focuses primarily on portraiture, documentary, sports and events.
Elsie has worked on various assignments mainly within the sports industry and she is a contributor to Alamy.
Her photography has appeared in a few publications in print and online like The Scotsman, The Times, The Guardian, Metro Online, Ebony Magazine, Daily Mail Online, Cycling Weekly, Daily Star and Russian Cosmopolitan.
Elsie is also a member of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) – London Branch, Women Photograph and the UKBFTOG network.
She is also included in the Blogosphere’s Black Content Creators (UK) Directory.
Prints are available on request. For general enquiries, bookings and commissions – please get in touch!
London Marathon Series – The Kenya Society 30th Anniversary Annual Lunch
(Royal Over-Seas League)
23 July 2019, London
Marinated Hymns – Everything, All the Time (The Project Space – University of Westminster)
20 – 24 March 2019, London
See, To Be Seen – Working Progress (London Gallery West – University of Westminster)
4 – 9 December 2018, London
African Spirit – MyAfrica 10th Anniversary Online (Mo Ibrahim Foundation website)
2016 – 2019, Global
Women in Sports – Free Range Shows (Old Truman Brewery)
24 – 27 June 2016, London
Ngara ’97 – Everything’s A Document (London Gallery West – University of Westminster)
9 – 13 June 2014, London
Women in Sports – Location M10 (Travers Smith LLP)
September 2016 – August 2017, London
Ngara ’97 – Faculty Hub (University of Westminster – Harrow Campus)
2015 – Present, London
Highly Commended – Women in Sports – Travers Smith LLP