We speak to world renowned photographer Rich Hendry, a london-based photographer whose work spans portraiture, editorial, fashion and advertising. He has shot for brands such as Xaviant Gaming, BBC, Crest Leather, Brunner Furniture, Nespresso, Lost My Name, Eaton Notts, Sony, Omega, Temperley, Udeshi, Discovery Channel, and HSBC. His work has appeared in media outlets including Harper’s Bazaar, Hello Magazine, Scotland on Sunday, Metro, Life & Style, Footballer’s Life, Wallpaper and Icon.
Rich Hendry has exhibited personal work in numerous London galleries, including his acclaimed ‘legends’ series and has captured portraits for celebrities such as Priscilla Presley, Calum Best, Jasmine Guinness and Caprice Bourret.
Today he talks to us about telling stories through images, following your focus and never to be scared of learning or faking it till you become it.
His biggest learnings are:
To travel often
To focus on passion
and to trust your gut
“If you’re going through hell, keep going.” – Winston Churchill
To refresh your memory, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill led the UK through World War II.