internationally renowned musician, philanthropist, photographer, author
Julian Lennon's sensitive and poetic vision of life courses through his acclaimed music, photography and writing.
In music, Lennon's melding of uplifting introspection and thoughtful social commentary with refined hooks has made for a compelling seven-album body of work. His debut, Valotte (Atlantic), yielded two top ten hits—the title track and "Too Late for Goodbyes"—and was nominated for a Grammy for "Best New Art-ist." He went on to have #1 singles on the U.S. album rock charts. Internationally, one of his most popular songs, "Saltwater" charted successfully around the world, topping in Australia for four weeks and reaching #6 in the U.K. In 2022, Lennon returns with a new album, “JUDE” (BMG), which contains a personal and powerful array of songs that reflect relatable, universal themes.
An acclaimed fine arts photographer, Lennon has exhibited in galleries worldwide since 2010. In 2021, he partnered with Portia de Rossi’s General Public and RH to present a special collection, which is available now.
As the Founder of The White Feather Foundation, Lennon has received numerous humanitarian awards, most recently the 2021 World Literacy Award for his significant contribution to literacy. He is also a New York Times bestselling author, with four children’s books, all with environmental themes, in his current repertoire. His most recent title, The Morning Tribe, was released in November 2021.