top of page

Elinor Hills is a Brooklyn-born photographer and content strategist with a background in visual art and an MSc degree in Medical Anthropology from Oxford University (2020). Her interests include mental & emotional wellbeing, healthcare equity, and the importance of visual narratives and communication in making medicine more accessible. She is passionate about working across disciplines to find innovative, user-centered health solutions. She is currently an editor at Healthline Media working on Bezzy, a chronic condition community brand.


2020, Oxford University, Master of Science, Medical Anthropology

2018, Yale University, Bachelor of Arts, VIsual Art and Anthropology


Work Experience:

2021-, Editor, Content Marketing, Healthline Media, NYC

2018–2019, Research Associate, Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, New Haven, CT

2011–2019, Volunteer, ArtWorks for Youth, Port Elizabeth, SA

2016, Intern to the Exhibition Manager, The Drawing Center, NYC

2014–2017, Photography Lab Monitor, Yale School of Art, CT



2016–2017, staff photographer and editor, The New Journal, Yale University

2015-2017 staff photographer and editor, Yale Daily News, Yale University

2015-2017, staff photographer and editor, Yale Daily News: Magazine, Yale University

2014, cover art, "Two Girls Staring at the Ceiling" by Lucy Frank


April 2018, Senior Thesis Exhibition, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT

Dec 2017–Feb 2018, Joe Slovo Family Portraits, The Aisling Gallery, New Haven CT (Solo Show)

2015, Art. Write. Now. Tour and National Exhibition, USA

Nov 2015, Yale Undergraduate Fall Art Show, New Haven, CT


Awards and Grants:

2018, Distinction in the Art Major, Yale Unversity

2017, Robert C. Bates Traveling Fellowship, Yale University

2015, Mary Hotchkiss Williams Fellowship, Yale University Art Gallery

2014, Gold Medal, National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards


bottom of page