Harry Borden (born 1965) is a British portrait photographer based in London. His subjects have included celebrities Robin Williams, Ewan McGregor, Jamie Oliver, Tony Blair, and Margaret Thatcher. Examples of Borden's work are held in the collections of the National Portrait Gallery, London and National Portrait Gallery, Australia.
Early life and family
Life and work
In June 2005, he had his first solo exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery (NPG) in London. Harry Borden: On Business included 30 portraits of leading business leaders. The NPG holds more than 100 examples of Borden’s work in its photographic collection.
In 2017 his book Survivor, A Portrait of the Survivors of the Holocaust was published by Octopus. The book had been previously short-listed for the European Publishers Award for Photography in 2014.
Borden was born in New York and lives in London and Devon. He has four children.
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