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In his professional practice, Haydon has travelled throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and Central America documenting people and cultures, and the worlds that envelope them. From local neighbourhood streets in Kyoto and techno parties in the jungle of Tulum, to the best restaurants in Phuket and the storied catwalks of Paris, Haydon’s prolific output is characterised by an ambition to go beyond what’s just on the surface.


Haydon Perrior is based in Spitalfields, London.

selected clients: Christian Louboutin, Sotheby's, Phillips, Uniqlo, Champion, Jo Malone, John Lewis, Carhartt, Havana Club, Fentimans, Atopia, Copalli, NTS Radio, Charles Jeffrey, Craig Green, Halpern, Kiko Kostadinov, Feng Chen Wang, Stefan Cooke, China Town London, Day Zero Festival, InDigital, Thomas De Cruz Media, Full Fat, Tonic Comms, MJMK, Richard Corrigan, Adam Handling, Santa Cruz Co, Truman Brewery and many more.

featured in: British Vogue, New York Times, National Geographic, Condé Nast Traveller, The Guardian, Vogue Italia, Vogue Spain, Vogue China, Vogue Ukraine, Wall Street Journal, Elle, i-D, Vice, GQ Style, British GQ, Harper's Bazaar, Esquire, WWD, The Sunday Times, Financial Times, Forbes, Tatler, Marie Claire, Vanity Fair, AnOther Magazine, Love Magazine, Michelin Guide, Men's Health UK, The Evening Standard, Time Out, London Fashion Week, Waitrose Magazine, DJ Mag, Country and Town House, Foodism, Pit Magazine and many more.

Haydon Perrior is a British photographer whose spirited, observational style and curiosity cross over in both his personal work and his commissioned assignments in the worlds of fashion, still life and documentary. His work has been published by British Vogue, National Geographic, The New York Times, GQ and The Guardian, among many others.


Haydon began his career at a young age and developed a significant body of work through his independent practice. When aged just sixteen, he travelled from his native Devon to the refugee camp in Calais, where he spent ten days photographing and documenting life inside the camp, as well as assisting in humanitarian efforts. This life experience motivated him to study Photojournalism & Documentary Photography at University of the Arts London where he produced his first documentary film, Mum has Cancer.