Harry W. Edmonds is a photographer based in London, specialising in street and social documentary. He is the photographer behind Photographers Note.

Harry has been working in the London design and advertising industry for more than a decade as a design and art director. He has worked with clients including Apple, BBC, Puma, Virgin, Royal Mail, and Philippe Starck.

Harry has won multiple international awards including the D&AD Yellow Pencil, alongside others from Design Week, The New York Festivals, One Show Design, and Brand Impact Awards.

Working in the heart of London has enabled Harry to capture day to day life from the streets as part of an ongoing body of work. He is rarely without his camera. His eye for design has translated to the photographs he takes; a celebration of not only the people who are candidly observed, but of light and shadow, structure and composition. 

Working primarily in black and white is a creative choice. Harry strives to create imagery that is evocative and timeless, with a focus on storytelling, quality of light, tones and textures.

Harry’s photography has been featured prominently and was recently awarded by Fujifilm. Fujifeed Magazine lists him as one of the top new street photographers to follow. Apple has featured his work as part of their Shot on iPhone campaign. He has been shortlisted by Street Photography International, showcased on Lense France, and recognised by online authors such as Iain Palmer of 53mm and Ted Forbes of The Art of Photography.

Harry has recently exhibited at 3 Street Gallery on London’s Carnaby Street and has published work in Metropolis.