Cory Henry is a Los Angeles based educator and practitioner. He is the director of the eponymous interdisciplinary research and design practice, Atelier Cory Henry. Prior to founding Atelier Cory Henry, he worked at several renowned architecture firms, including Michael Graves and Associates.
With over 15 years of professional practice experience, Henry has contributed to award-winning designs in residential, commercial, institutional and urban planning projects spanning three continents. His background has led to an interdisciplinary approach to design through an integration of visual arts, architecture and urban design.
Henry has taught architecture at the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design, Penn State University and University of Southern California, is affiliate faculty at the University of Oklahoma, and was recently awarded the 2020 Kea Distinguished Professorship at the University of Maryland.
He earned an M.Arch. from Cornell University and a B.Arch. from Drexel University, and has also conducted research studies in new media, immersive environments and emergent technologies at the Southern California Institute of Architecture.