Elise Wouters is an analogue photographer and writer from Belgium, based between London and Athens.

Her visual work plays with the dynamics between the body and the landscape, unearthing the transgressive sensuousness of solitude. Her photography has been featured in Photo Vogue, Sola Journal and The Independent. ‘Voglia’, her first photo book, was published by 89books as part of a two-week residency in Sicily. The book examines the ways in which self and space shape and redefine one another. Her photographs have been featured in group exhibitions in Paris, Athens, London and Brussels.

Recent essays include pieces on the cultural pilgrimage for Huck Magazine, on self-portraiture for Aurelia Magazine, on Sehnsucht for The Erotic Review and on the experience of desire through language for Ploughshares

Her monthly newsletter BLUEPRINTS explores themes of longing, solitude and memory on the intersection between writing and photography.