Misan Harriman is a Nigerian Photographer, entrepreneur, social activist, and content creator. His shot of Black Lives Matter was a cover of British Vogue. He has written articles on Dutch Courage, Best Song intro ever, the Real tragedy of making a murderer, and many more. Recently he gained attention with his photoshoot of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s daughter Lilibet Diana for her first birthday.
Misan Harriman was born in 1977 in Calabar, Nigeria. The details about his exact birth date have not been shared with the media. His father’s name is Hope Harriman while his mother’s name was Irene Ogedegbe. His siblings are seven and a half in total and their names are Tuoyo, Temi, Ete Ayida, and Bawo. Misan went to Stubbington House School in England where he completed his high school education. Later for his further education, he enrolled himself at Bradfield College in England. During the same time, his love and interest for art showed up.
Misan Harriman Career
After completing their education, he worked in the field of recruitment in the City of London. In 2016 he started an internet media agency titled What We See and the next year, he began photographing as he was self-taught. After gaining experience for a few years, he started working as a professional photographer in 2018. In 2019 he shot photographers of famous personalities like Meghan Markle, Rihanna, Stormzy, Olivia Colman, Tom Cruise, and others.
Along with that he also documented the Extinction Rebellion, Anti Trump protest, people living through Covid-19, Black lives matter, and other major events. In 2021 he remotely took shots of Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex which can be used to announce her pregnancy. The same year he was appointed as chair of trustees of the Southbank Centre. Recently in 2022, he clicked pictures of Harry’s and Megan’s daughter Lilibet Diana for her first birthday. This was the first portrait of their daughter for which the people have been waiting for a long.
Being a photographer, he needs to stay updated with the world and share insights of his photography with his fans. He is available on Instagram as well as Twitter. In October 2008 he joined Twitter and has earned over 38 thousand followers and 8.686 following. While on his Instagram account he has earned 119 thousand followers and 7,501 followings. His posts are filled with photoshoots clicked by him and quotes to match the vibes.
Misan Harriman Biography
|Real Name||Misan Harriman|
|Age (as of 2022)||44-45 (Years)|
|Birth Place||Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria|
|Profession||Photographer, Entrepreneur & Chair of Southbank Centre|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 9” – in Centimeters – 000 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 83 kg – in Pounds – 182 lbs|
|Siblings||Tuoyo Harriman, Hon. Temi Harriman, Mrs. Ete Ayida, and Mr. Bawo Harriman.|
|Who is his wife?||Camilla Holmstroem|
Misan Harriman is married to Camilla Holmstroem. Camilla hails from Sweden and inspired Misan to pursue a career in photography. They met in 2017 and started dating around the same time. Later they even tied their wedding knot at a private wedding ceremony. Currently, they are blessed with two kids about whom the details have not been shared with the media.
Misan Harriman Net Worth
Misan Harriman has made a fortune by clicking professional photos of famous personalities and even of royal family members. He earns by clicking pictures or media agencies purchasing the same from him. According to sources his net worth has been estimated at around $1 Million. In addition to that, he also creates content and provides Luxury brand consulting.
- His father was a businessman and politician from Warri in Nigeria Delta State.
- Irene worked as a civil servant.
- Hid dad and mom got a divorce in April 1989.
- He lost his father in 2012 at the age of 79.
- In a podcast with Country & Town House, he mentioned suffering from dyslexia.
- He has shot for the September issue of Vogue cover with Cornelius Walker and Ron Timeline.
- He named a project called Lost in Isolation where he walked through his hometown of Woking and clicked shots of people living in covid-19 lockdown.