Henry Woide is a London-based professional architectural photographer.
He is drawn to the contemporary, whether architectural structures, artist installations, or cutting-edge designs. His bold, graphic images show the underlying concept of these works, and how interaction with the public can change a project—for both the creator and the visitor.
His work puts the viewer first by streamlining the subject, resulting in simple yet compelling images. Taking a documentary approach to the structure, his photographs are an exploration of real-life settings. They reflect a perfect, fleeting moment, as experienced by people themselves.
Henry has been commissioned on projects throughout London and Europe.
Selected clients: Kennedy Twaddle Architects | The Furniture Practice | Spacelab | Heyne Tillet Steel | Unispace | Orms | The Very Many | Superflex
Selected publications: Wallpaper, Dwell, New London Architecture, Offentlighedens Rum, Conde Nast Traveller, National Geographic, The Times