Deborah Anderson (born in the UK; currently resident in the US) is a musician and photographer.
Daughter of singer Jon Anderson and Jennifer, Deborah Anderson's earliest musical work is on projects with her father: including backing vocals on Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe (1989), the 1993 Latin American Jon Anderson solo tour, Deseo (1994), Angels Embrace (1995) and Toltec (1996). In the 1983 Jon & Vangelis album Private Collection, Jon wrote the lyrics and sang "Deborah", a song dedicated to his daughter.
Deborah Anderson's debut solo single, "Lonely Without You", was released on Mo' Wax. She has worked as a vocalist on a number of projects, including appearing and co-writing on Télépopmusik's album Angel Milk. She is working on a solo mini-album, called Paperthin. The album will be released with a coffee table book of her black and white photography based on 1920s erotica.
Anderson also works as a photographer, including projects for The Gansevoort Hotel group and campaign images for P!nk's album I'm Not Dead. Anderson has also been doing magazine work, including for Smooth.