Asupremeshot is Debbie Ellis a Manchester-based freelance photographer & retoucher that works in music, portraiture and fashion.
Her work has been published in i-d, N.M.E. GQ, The Guardian, The Independent, Viva Manchester, Drapers, Bido Lito, Loaded, City Life, Time Out, Manchester Evening News and many online publications.
Debbie prides herself on the amount of research & detail she brings to all of her shoots. She sees each job as a new challenge and will devise a tailored photoshoot to suit every individual clients needs.
She has great knowledge of style, fashion and all music genres. Her main aim is to work closely with her clients to achieve the best results, whether the images are for promotional, commercial or personal use.
She has recently opened Lightwerks studio with her business partner Lauren Hira. The studio is in Reddish, Stockport.
Debbie has invested most of her time in to music and was in a band herself called 'Sister Lovers' In 2016 she appeared in the 'Supersonic' documentary and recalls the time she invited Oasis to play at King Tuts the night they got signed by Alan McGee... and the rest as they say is history!
In November 2018 Debbie had two of her music images selected as part of a prolific music photography exhibition at Manchester Central Library entitled ‘There Is A Light That never Goes Out.’ The exhibition features such luminaries as Jill Furmanovsky, Kevin Cummins, Ed Sirrs and Paul Slatery.
M: 07723 019 442.