London based photographer, Henry Woide is a self-taught professional architectural photographer, producing bold, graphic images that break down architecture to its core values.
Henry’s interest for architecture stems from how people coincide with their surroundings. Using this relationship, he aims to capture atmospheric images that reflect his client’s creativity and values both powerfully and persuasively.
Seeking out the weird and wonderful, Henry photographs uncommon structures around the world and is drawn to contemporary installations and structures by artists, designers and architects alike.
Henry has been fortunate enough to be commissioned on architectural projects throughout London and Europe and has seen his work used in various Conde Nast publications, the National Geographic and the UK's national newspapers.
For his profile image, Henry chose his shot of the Museum of Art, Architecture & Technology in Lisbon, Portugal: “I chose this picture because of its graphic aesthetic and nostalgic value to me. The clarity of the first light during a spring morning and the sounds of cyclists passing by reminds me of my time in Lisbon”