Haydon Perrior is a London-based photographer originally from Devon, UK. He graduated from the BA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography course at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London in 2019. His final project, Mum has Cancer, was a moving short documentary film about family, cancer and death.
Haydon began to pursue photography seriously after spending two weeks documenting the Calais refugee camp in October 2015. He then went on to photograph his travels in Europe, Asia, Africa and Central America while still studying at university in London. During this time, Haydon also assisted Vogue photographers at London Fashion Week and began to develop his own fashion portfolio.
Towards the end of his second year at university in early 2018, Haydon started shooting at events and nightclubs around the capital while continuing to work at London Fashion Week on a seasonal basis. Haydon’s focus shifted to food photography in 2019 as he not only worked with a wide array of restaurants in London but also travelled abroad on multiple occasions to document food culture on a more global scale. In January 2020, Haydon shot events and fashion weeks globally, making his debut at Paris Fashion Week for the Men's Autumn/Winter season 2020.
Clients: Uniqlo, Champion, Jo Malone, John Lewis, Carhartt, Guinness, Havana Club, Fentimans, NTS Radio, Charles Jeffrey, Craig Green, Halpern, Kiko Kostadinov, Feng Chen Wang, Fabric, DHP Family, The Columbo Group, Day Zero Festival, University of London, InDigital Media, Fashion One TV, Thomas De Cruz Media, Tonic Comms, Gerber Comms, Kapranos, Full Fat, MJMK, Truman Brewery and more.
Published: British Vogue, Elle, Vogue Italia, British GQ, Harper's Bazaar, AnOther Magazine, Condé Nast Traveller, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, Financial Times, Michelin Guide, Men's Health UK, Tatler, The Evening Standard, Time Out London, Mr Porter, High Life, DJ Mag, Resident Advisor, Red Bull, Country and Town House, Sleek Magazine, Foodism, The Londonist and more.