For the past fifteen years, Annabel Elston has lived and worked in London and Cornwall. Inspired by her environment, her photographs are diverse, including still lives, portraits, interiors and reportage. Her editorial work includes The World of Interiors, House and Garden, Observer Magazine and Japanese Vogue. She has received advertising commissions from Hermès, Habitat, Volvo and Guinness, as well as contributing to a number of publications such as Pure Fuel, Fuel 3000, Surface Contemporary Photography, and Tord Boontje. In 2007 the British Council commissioned her to photograph forty British nationals living in Turkey, resulting in her first exhibition with venues scheduled for London and Turkey.