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Duran Henry is a Tlingit/Southern Tutchone member of the Kwanlin Dun First Nation in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. He is a member of the Crow Clan. He was born in 1983 and is the son of artist Ray Shorty and nephew to artists Richard, Jim and Eddie Shorty.
Duran has enjoyed drawing and painting from a young age. As a teenager, he took part in many art classes and workshops. Joining the Northern Cultural Expressions Society (formally Sundog Carving Studio) in 2006, he learned under the instruction of Tlingit carver Calvin Morberg. He has also studied under Lewis McKenna, William Callaghan, Victor Reese of BC, and totem carver, Sean Hinton of Chilliwack, BC.