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Harry Borden

(1965-), Photographer

Sitter in 4 portraits
Artist of 116 portraits
Born in New York and brought up in Devon, Borden studied photography at Plymouth College of Art and Design (1985-7). He moved to London shortly afterwards, where he worked as an assistant for Lester Bookbinder. He received his first commission from The Observer in 1994. Borden's profile began to grow as his portraits appeared regularly in this and other Sunday supplements, Harpers & Queen, Vogue and The New Yorker. He was awarded at the National Portrait Gallery Kobal Photographic Portrait Prize (1998 and 2000).

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Harry Borden, by Harry Borden - NPG x87889

Harry Borden

by Harry Borden
C-type colour print, 1998
NPG x87889

Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize Judges 2010, by Harry Borden - NPG x134881

Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize Judges 2010

by Harry Borden
C-type colour print, 18 August 2010
NPG x134881


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