While living in South Louisiana, Elroy picked up a hobby for photography. Initially, his passion allowed him to photograph the beautiful landscape, architecture, and culture of South Louisiana. When Elroy relocated back to the Dallas area in 2014 he began to document social movements in the city and documenting communities in both Texas and Louisiana.
The Oak Cliff Documentary is an ongoing black and white photo essay documenting the neighborhood of Oak Cliff in Dallas, Texas. The neighborhood is located in the southwestern part of the city and is one of the most historic and culturally important neighborhoods in the city. Elroy's work focuses on the culture and the stories of the residents who call Oak Cliff home.
(Read More about Elroy’s work with The Oak Cliff Documentary in The Oak Cliff Advocate)
The Millennials to Watch is a project that I co-produce to create profiles centered around Millennials of Color. I help to write regular profiles online and photograph millennials for our annual series in partnership with the Dallas Weekly.
During the summer of 2016, Elroy documented the days following the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling by two Baton Rouge Police Department Officers.
A collection of photo essays conducted around cultural events, social events, and community stories for the Dallas Observer.