Eleanor is a Director from South East London, who trained as a dancer at The BRIT School and The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. Whilst training as a dancer she realised she wanted to create, and was pushed to choreograph. She then went on to choreograph a Contemporary Dance Theatre piece called "6teen", which explored her mental health with the passing of her dad. Due to the nature of the piece it received funding to be performed to sold out audiences in both Liverpool and London. Having graduated in 2020, Eleanor then discovered a passion for film. Playing around in Lockdown with the idea of pursuing Directing, she then started directing friends dancing and existing in space.

In 2021 Eleanor decided to start a Masters in Contemporary Dance at London Contemporary Dance School. She wanted to explore movement specifically in a creative space and focusing on learning the basics in film too. As part of her Masters, Eleanor decided to make the Documentary and Installation, "Women, Space and Dance". This explored the thesis of "the body keeps the score", where women would finally have a space to discuss issues that have affected their career such as Motherhood, Race, Confidence, Lack of Opportunities, Queerness, Disabilities, and Abortion.

Now working as a freelance artist, Eleanor's focus is in direction, and has recently been signed to Untold Studios. She has been commissioned to direct work for Pull and Bear, Girls United X Nike, and has directed for artists including D Double E, Hamzaa, Miss La Familia, Morgan Harper Jones, and Skepsis. Eleanor still has her roots in movement, working as a Movement Director and Choreographer - credits include Giff Gaff, Aitch, ArrDee, and Nina Simone.

Alongside her work in Direction and Choreography, Eleanor is extremely passionate about helping others through movement and art. She currently teaches yoga and movement within multiple spaces. Community will always be at the base of Eleanor's work, she is really passionate about telling stories fuelled by art for change. She was one of five women who curated award winning community garden, "Gaia's Garden". Eleanor is passionate about creating change for other women in the industry and leading with love when working.