Principal and founder of HMA2, an architectural firm launched in 1986.
Since that time he has built a distinguished career centered on his passionate belief in the impact of design on education and learning. Henry’s inspiring environments for libraries, schools, and colleges are informed by the history, culture, vision and physical setting for each place, in collaboration with the people who staff and use the facility.
Henry’s notable library and education projects include work for the American University of Central Asia, Amherst College, Bryn Mawr College, Davidson College, the Westport Library, and the DC Public Library. Henry is also proud to have served as the volunteer design director for the Robin Hood Foundation’s L!BRARY initiative, that created 60 libraries for New York City’s public elementary schools. His extensively published projects have won numerous awards.