Carla Borel is a London based portrait and fine art photographer.
Her personal work addresses themes of transience, identity, community, isolation and loneliness. Her Stillsoho series has been described by Town magazine 'as one of the most iconic portrayals of London in recent years.'
In 2016, Borel was selected by Brian Griffin to show alongside his work at the RPS’s London pop up space; featured in the RA Summer show; shortlisted at Kolga Tsiblisi Photo Awards; finalist at San Francisco Street Photography Awards; finalist at the Kuala Lumpur Portrait Awards; and included in the Café Royal Books Repro Show.
In 2017, Borel exhibited Homme Libre, a solo show of male portraits at A22 Gallery, London; was included in the Conceal/Reveal group exhibition at Photo Oxford; her work was selected for Photography on a Postcard, a fundraising initiative for The Hepatitis C Trust. In January 2018, images from Borel's Stillsoho appeared in London Calling, a group show with The Photocopy Club.