Darren J Harris (b. 1967) is an Australian art photographer now based in Deloraine, Tasmania.
Darren J Harris uses the mediums of photography as a means to explore and express notions of self, perception, and the relation of that self to the environment.
His primary photographic influences are landscape, perception, piano, ambient music, Zen Buddhism, and traditional Chinese and Japanese aesthetics.
In 2016 Darren's solo photographic exhibition 'Where The Land Meets The Sea' was held at The Edge, State Library of Queensland. The accompanying book Where The Land Meets The Sea was published in 2016 and now is in the Australian National Library. A CD of the same name also featured at the exhibition.
Darren’s photographic series 'Illumination' was selected and published in the Photo Compendium Australia 2014.
His series 'Psychological Portraits' was exhibited at the Meyer Gallery, Sydney in 2011.
Psychological Portraits was also selected for the Silvershotz Folio 2011. (Silvershotz Journal of Fine Art Photography is a prestigious publication promoting fine art photography world-wide).
Darren self-published his first art photography book Absent Dreams: Psychological Portraits, Interior Landscapes in 2011.
Darren taught photography at Brisbane North Institute of TAFE on a casual basis from 2010.