Henry Bond, FHEA (born 1966) is an accomplished writer, photographer and artist from the UK. He has written influential books that can be found here (his most famous books are "Lacan at the Scene", in which he made contributions to theoretical psychoanalysis and forensics, and "The Gaze of the Lens"). His photography concentrates in particular on street photography, fashion photography and interiors scenes. Some of his work is part of this online exhibition at Tate. Henry was also influential in the formation and development of the Young British Artists movement. Henry was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome and is married to art dealer Emily Tsingou. Read more about this influential man on his Wikipedia page.