Henry Kenyon is a photographer living and working in London.

His work has appeared in, amongst others, the Guardian, Daily Mail Online, Tatler, Martha Stewart, Spiked Online, Kronen Zeitung and one untranslated Japanese newspaper.

From 2015 to 2017 he contributed to Spiked Online as a photographer, videographer and occasional reporter. Under their banner he photographed Russell Brand and interviewed former Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron.

From 2017 to 2018 he was a staff photographer with AB, a design company in Bermondsey, London. Here, he worked with Transport for London, the Royal Mail, Hitachi Rail and the Post Office as clients.

Since 2017 he has volunteered his photography regularly with the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. Others have included the Centre for Investigative Journalism and the Association of British Science Writers.

In between all that, there have been portraits of:

Ian Hislop, editor, Private Eye
Hugo Blick, director Black Earth Rising
Frederik Obermaier, investigative journalist, Süddeutsche Zeitung
Patrick Cockburn, Middle East correspondent, the Independent
Eliot Higgins, founder, Bellingcat
John Lloyd, producer, Blackadder, Spitting Image and Have I Got News for You
Simon Sebag-Montefiore, historian, Jerusalem: The Biography

He has worked in the UK, France and the USA.


2014 – BEAKS, Harrow School (Solo)
2014 – CLOUDS, Harrow School (Contributing)
2016 – RAW, London College of Communication (Contributing)
2017 – Fashioned Spaces, House of Vans (Contributing)
2017 – Women of Mathematics, Betty and Gordon Moore Library, Cambridge University (Solo)
2017 – Aesthetica Short Film Festival, York (Contributing)
2018 – Quest Fundraising Show, Grosvenor Gardens (Contributing)

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