Diana Mara Henry

An Album of Her Photographs

Chuck Fry, an elegant colleague at Time-Life Books, introduced me to Diana Henry in the early 1970s. He told me that she was a brilliant photographer; once I’d seen some of her work, I completely agreed with him. Over the years I’ve never altered that assessment.
Diana’s images seem to catch a certain essence of humanity. Without the side-show perspective of a Diane Arbus or the somewhat myopic vision of Cris Alexander, she presents people realistically, but gently, and often with a wry wink. I’m delighted to offer this sampling of her work. If you want to see more, check out www.dianamarahenry.com

All photos in this album and “Bits and Pieces” cover image © Diana Mara Henry

Issue Twenty Two