Misan Harriman is a Nigerian born, Britain raised and now resident, photographer, creative director and cultural commentator who is making the step into filmmaking. He will shortly go into production on his debut film, for a major global SVOD. Beyond filmmaking, Misan is an acclaimed photographer with extraordinary range. He has commissions that include royal, private and high profile portraiture as well as reportage documenting and covering behind the scenes at major awards, music festivals and film sets. Misan is the first black photographer in the 104 year history of British Vogue to shoot the cover of its September issue and has been described as the most talked about photographer of our time by The Evening Standard. Misan is an outspoken activist supporting diversity and inclusion in the workplace; he is also a mental health campaigner with a keen interest in dyslexia and neurodiversity. He is the founder of What We Seee whose mission is to surface and amplify uplifting and inspirational stories in a curated stream of the best output from diverse voices, artists, archives and brands to raise the tone of cultural conversation. In May 2021 he became chair of the Southbank Centre.