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Raised in Montréal, QC, Elkin created numerous skate films in the 2000s, before moving to New York, where he continued his independent film work, as well as leading digital video efforts at Vanity Fair Magazine.

Over the past fifteen years, he has shot and directed a large number of short films, editorials and global campaigns for publications, brands and artists. In 2021, Elkin’s feature-length documentary debut, All the Streets Are Silent (Hulu), premiered at Tribeca Film Festival, followed by a worldwide theatrical run.

His film work has been exhibited in MoMa, MoCA, Brooklyn Museum, Saatchi Gallery and Guggenheim Museum.