Born in Liverpool, England, Julian Lennon began his artistic trajectory at a young age with an inherent gift for playing musical instruments. Those abilities would soon broaden into the cinematic and visual arts. As an observer of life in all its forms, Julian developed his personal expression through such mediums as music, documentary filmmaking, philanthropy and fine art photography. 



His arrival in the fine art photography space began in 2010 with his debut exhibit, “Timeless,” at the Morrison Hotel Gallery in New York City. Since then, he has exhibited works across the U.S. and in several countries worldwide including Belgium, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Italy, Japan, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates. In 2020, he became the inaugural photographer featured in the prestigious Aston Martin Residences in Miami. In 2021, he partnered with Portia De Rossi’s General Public Art to bring a collection of his photography to Restoration Hardware.



A noted philanthropist, Julian founded The White Feather Foundation nonprofit in 2007 to help preserve Indigenous Cultures. Since then, the organization has expanded to help projects worldwide in Education, Health, Clean Water and The Environment. In 2015, in honour of his late mother, he launched The Cynthia Lennon Scholarship for Girls. Since its inception, it has awarded 55 scholarships to underprivileged girls across Africa, the U.K. and the U.S. Julian was named a Peace Laureate by UNESCO in 2020.