Activist, Model, Actor, Singer
Seen as the classic All-American girl with long blonde hair and blue eyes, Elliott started her modeling career by first shooting with Bruce Weber - going on to work with those such as Terry Richardson, Peter Beard and Ellen Von Unwerth. Her face has been featured in Times Square more than once, most recently in 2015 for H&M.
At the forefront of the current gender movement, Elliott chose to cut her long locks and begin modeling menswear as well. Her androgynous haircut, and commitment to people being true to themselves gained international notoriety- including appearances on The Today Show, The View, Access Hollywood, CNN, BBC and many more worldwide. On the runways you have seen her walking for the likes of Diesel, Rick Owens and opening Vivienne Westwood menswear in Milan.
Since childhood, Elliott has performed in Musical Theater, studying Vocal Performance in University and acting at T. Schreiber Studio for Film & Theater in New York City.
Elliott has been a strong voice and role model - especially in American and British schools speaking on making healthy choices, self-esteem, combating peer pressure, creating a powerful future, LGBTQ rights, feminism and the rights of humanity.
Additionally, Elliott has been filming a web series in the UK, playing a character who is yet discovering the fluidity of both their gender and sexuality. Elliott's ability to be both very masculine and extremely feminine is astoundingly impressive.
Most recently, Elliott has joined the Beauty for Freedom movement in becoming an ambassador for human rights in fighting human trafficking on a global scale.