Julian Broad FRSA
Photographer and filmmaker Julian Broad was born in England in 1964. He fell for photography at Comprehensive school and, encouraged by an insightful teacher who turned a blind eye to his lack of attendance to most of his scheduled classes, spent his remaining two years printing in the darkroom.
Assistant 1981 ‐1987 to Ken Griffiths, Parkinson, Snowdon and Bob Gothard.
Broad’s early commissions were for Arena magazine with Neville Brody and The Face magazine with Phil Bicker.
Michael Roberts and Neville Brody nominated Broad for awards in his first year as a photographer. Contracted for two years to what was then Harpers and Queen magazine at the age of 24, he has since undertaken portrait and fashion commissions for an expansive list of publications and commercial clients.
Contributing photographer to Vanity Fair for twenty five years and D- la Repubblica for eighteen years.
In 2016 Julian was made a fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts.
A selection of Broad’s work is held in the National Portrait Gallery.
- Orlebar Brown
- Rolling Stone
- Travel & Leisure
- Lyle & Scott
- Dolce & Gabbana
- Paul Smith
- D Magazine
- Sunday Times
- Vanity Fair
- Telegraph Magazine