Henry is a writer who specialises in art history and travel. He is passionate about broadening access to the arts so that they can become more robust and acute. He believes that rigorous and imaginative education is key to this.
He is excited to have the opportunity to be part of the team at Agora and to help raise the profile of women digital artists. He is a compulsive traveller: since 2018 he has lectured in cities across France, Italy and the UK with the company Art History Abroad, and he is a keen hill walker and wild camper. He produces audio works which recount these travels and explore the idea of a place.
Henry took an art foundation course at the Royal Drawing School, then studied History of Art at St John’s College, Oxford and at the Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa.