Henry Kenyon is a photographer living and working in London.

He has had work published in Tatler, Daily Mail Online, in ROW360, the world’s leading rowing magazine, covering Henley Royal Regatta and the Varsity Boat Race, shooting for Harrods in the Spring of 2017.

Since 2015 he contributed to Spiked Online as a photographer, videographer and reporter. Under their banner he photographed Russell Brand and interviewed Tim Farron.

He has been collaborating for the past two years with Harvey & Brockless Fine Foods, contributing to numerous seasonal brochures and worked with unearthed® for their Christmas campaign for Delicious magazine.

As a portrait photographer his sitters have included Ian Hislop, James Dreyfus, John Lloyd, Simon Sebag-Montefiore and Hugo Blick.

He worked as a staff photographer with MAMA and Co during their festival season at Lovebox and Somersault; has regularly been commissioned by the University of Cambridge, covered London Fashion Week launches and the presentation of New Colours to the Welsh Guards by HM the Queen at Windsor Castle.

Since July of 2017 he has been in a part-time contract with AB, a design company in Bermondsey, London.





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)