Elisabeth Toll studied archaeology, history and law at university before discovering photography.
She began by specializing in darkroom printing and hand retouching, and she still tries to retain the sense of this kind of photography in her work even while shooting digitally.
After assisting various photographers in Paris, her first project was for the French Foreign Legion in Paris 2000-2001, (her most prestigious assignment, according to her). Soon after that she turned to portraits and fashion.
Her current editorial clients include French, Russian and German Vogue, Harpers Bazaar UK, French and Russian Elle, Bon, Upstreet, Stiletto, Man About Town, Milk, Icon and Livraison. She has also shot accessories for Louis Vuitton and landscapes for Bonmarché.
Elisabeth divides her time between Stockholm and Paris and gets her inspiration from books, films and everyday life in order to try to tell a story in pictures.