Yeo's portrait subjects include:
- David Attenborough
- David Cameron
- David Gilmour
- David Walliams
- Dennis Hopper
- Erin O'Connor
- George W. Bush
- Grayson Perry
- Michael Parkinson
- Minnie Driver
- Nicole Kidman
- Ozwald Boateng
- Prince Philip
- Paris Hilton
- Rupert Murdoch
- Tony Blair
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