About

Ellen Atkin

History
I owned and operated an aerial stock and assignment photography business for more than 10 years in British Columbia Canada. Hundreds of my large format aerial wall art pieces are displayed in private collections. In 2018, I sold Vancouver Aerial Photography. My work now concentrates on concepts that drive the narrative concerning resolution of bloodline curses and mkultra. My first concept driven show, MK Ultra Girl Remembers, overlays found imagery of myself as a young girl the poster child for trauma based mind control on children and a random street set up.

Achievements
Skipped Grade 4: Page in ON Legislature: Attended S.E.E.D. & Inglenook Alternative HS: English, Drama & Middle Eastern History at U of T: Electronic Desktop Composition Certificate, George Brown College: Brown Belt in Tae Kwon Do: Photo Groups Facilitator: Instructor in Black & White Darkroom: Stock Photo Agent and Photographer: Business Owner: Award Winning Advertising Executive: Owner Operator Vancouver Aerial Photography: Public Figure - MK Ultra GRRL

Background
I took darkroom and photography summer school courses in 1975 & 1978 in Don Mills, ON. In 1980, I took a full time credited photography & darkroom course at an alternative high school, S.E.E.D in Toronto. I also had a conceptual art class with a recent York University Art Major graduate. Those are my photographic art roots. I was part of an, obscured from history, social/music/art scene in the Queen St. East & West areas of Toronto in the only time it really mattered, the early 80's. I went on to work in all sorts of photo-inspired jobs which led to creating a stock & assignment photography business, Vancouver Aerial Photography in 2006. In 2018, I sold the business portion to Smart City Media and kept the art portion. Identifying myself as MK Ultra Girl, a victim of trauma-based mind control, came in 2015. My future work attempts to pick up the long stitch between the esoteric dream of life and the pain & suffering of being a hard targeted individual in the fake real world.