Ander McIntyre specializes in portrait photography of individuals who have had a significant influence on the modern world. Over fourteen years he has taken personal photographs of more than 60 Presidents and Prime Ministers, the directors of a large number of organisations including the United Nations, CIA, the FBI, MI6, OPEC, Greenpeace, the World Bank, Amnesty, UNESCO, NATO, GCHQ, Mossad, Stonewall, the Commonwealth, WHO, the Fed, IAEA, UKAEA, IMF, Google, WWF, the Royal Society; the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, the Chief of UK Defence Staff, the Lord Chief Justice and many Nobel laureates, artists, politicians, writers and architects.
Recent portraits were of Her Majesty the Queen and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.
He currently takes portraits at Chatham House in London, and for the Eccles Centre for American Studies at the British Library, where he is a Fellow.
He has been portrait photographer at the Royal Academy, the French Embassy and the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies.
Ander McIntyre has had one-man exhibitions at the Royal Academy and the French Embassy in London.
2017 will see three exhibitions: a three-month show at the British Library, of Eccles Centre portraits; a collection of portraits commissioned by Jesus College, Oxford; and a portrait to be exhibited in the Bodleian Library, Oxford under the Vice-Chancellor’s Diversity and Equality Programme.
He has 30 portraits in the National Portrait Gallery, 19 in the Royal Academy, 75 at Chatham House and 35 in the French Embassy.
Ander read English Language and Literature at Oxford, studied Renaissance English drama at the Shakespeare Institute and has worked on the Complete Oxford English Dictionary for 23 years.
He lives in Kensington and is contactable:
mobile: 07493 887677
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