Donald MacLellan(1967-), Photographer
Artist of 46 portraits
Donald MacLellan was born in the West Highlands of Scotland in 1967. He is a leading portrait photographer whose first solo exhibition Black Power showed at the National Portrait Gallery in London in 1998. Empire magazine commissioned MacLellan to create a portfolio of Scotland's best actors in 2000, resulting in another exhibition, Tartan Army, at the National Portrait Gallery. MacLellan's work appears regularly in newspapers and magazines.
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