Amelia Troubridge Photography

The Studio
53 Andrews Road
London, E8 4RL
+44 (0) 20 7275 8979


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Amelia was born in London in 1974.

Whilst completing a degree in American Studies at Middlesex University and SUNY New Paltz, Amelia used the time to photograph the world around her.

In 1996, she won the Ian Parry award for her social documentary story, Dublin's Urban Cowboys. In 1998, she won a place on the World Press Photo Joop Swart Master class, in Amsterdam. In 1999, she was runner up for The Infinity 'Young Photographer of the year' award by The International Center of Photography in New York.

Amelia's' work is broad ranging. Embracing her early love for social documentary, Amelia has brought that style into commercial & editorial shoots. Her worked has spanned the worlds of Film, Fashion, Politics, Music, The Arts & Society. Amelia has been consulted on visual content for a number of commercial clients including De Beers, The British Tea Council, Jimmy Choo & LK Bennett.

She has worked on five of Micheal Winterbottom's feature films, created publicity images, including 24 Hour Party people.

Amelia's first monograph, 'The Trouble with Amelia,' was published in 2006 by Booth Clibborn editions. This was a visual diary of life in a Man's World. In 2006 she published Malta Diaries (Trolley books 2006). Half Maltese, Amelia spent summers on the island as a child. Her early work in photography was shot on the island, creating a visual memoir of the people and its identity. In 2015 Amelia published Joan of Arc had style (Trolley books), with an exhibit and launch at The Design Museum in London. The book brought together a collection of commissioned and personal work of Women she had photographed in the past 15 years.

Amelia has worked closely with WomenforWomen in recent years creating moving and still imagery. She has visited Kosovo & Bosnia highlighting the work that is done to help women re build their lives after the devastation of War.

Amelia continues to work on a long term project on Women in the 21st century.

Amelia has been asked to lecture at St Martins School of Art, sat on a panel discussion at WACL, and delivered talks at Getty Images Gallery on the subject of her body of work.

Amelia moved to The East end of London in 1996, setting up a home and studio/exhibition space in The Truman Brewery, Brick Lane (Brickhouse Gallery) . She collaborated with Olympus during this period, hosting shows of photographers & artists, in a time of immense cultural change in London's East End.

She continues to live in London Fields today, raising her son.


Women In Innovation, Getty Images Gallery, July 2017
Joan of Arc had style, London Design Museum, March-April 2015.
Visa pour l'image, Ian Parry Award Anniversary, Group Show, France, August 2014
Nick Cave Show, Group show, Proud Galleries, London, September 2014
Trolleyology (group), Trolley Books, London and Newcastle gallery, Shoreditch, London, 2013
She Bop a Lula, Dimbola Museum and Art, Isle of Wight, June 2013
She Bop a Lula, Rock City Art, Bedford, January 2013
She Bop a Lula, Group show, Proud Central Gallery, 2012
Phillips de Pury film sale, NYC, 2010
PhotoLondon, Guy Hepner Contemporary, London, 2007
Malta Diaries Show, Trolley books and Barings Bank, London, 2006
Stephen Webster 30th Anniversary Exhibition, The Wallace Collection, London, 2006
4 Inches, Jimmy Choo Charity auction, Christies, London, 2005
The Trouble With Amelia, Collettes, Paris 2005
The Trouble With Amelia, The Conran Shop, London, 2005
Men, Proud Galleries, London, 2004
Group Show, MTV building, London, 2004
My Cup Of Tea, Proud Galleries, London, 2002
London Theatre, RADA, London, 2002
SOHO, Groucho Club, London, 1999
Photojournalism Is Dead, Brickhouse Gallery, London, 1998
World Press Photo Masterclass (group), The Netherlands, 1998
Dublins Urban Cowboys, Clarence Hotel, Ireland, 1998

Selected clients

Marks & Spencer
Jimmy Choo
L K Bennett
Studio Canal
Innovate UK
Stephen Webster
BMG Arista
Penguin Books
Cancer Research
The British Tea Council
Universal Records
Tequila Cuervo
Corinthia Hotels
Address Hotels
St Regis Hotels
Revolution Films

Selected magazines

NY Times
The Times Magazine
Vanity Fair
Sunday Times Magazine
Conde Nast Traveller US
TIME Magazine
ES Magazine
The Telegraph Magazine
The Observer
Red Magazine
Harper's Bazaar
Rolling Stone
Dazed and Confused

Published books

Joan of arc had Style (Trolley books, 2015)
Malta Diaries (Trolley Books, 2006)
The Trouble with Amelia (Booth Clibborn editions 2004)
Nick Cave 20,000 days on earth (2015)
Stephen Webster. Gold Dust (2016)
The Groucho Club. 30 years (2014)
Jimmy Choo, 4 Inches (2005)
Eyes Wide Open (2005)
My Cup of Tea (2003)


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