Cory Henry (Bronx, New York City/Kingston, Jamaica) is a designer, critic and academic. He received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Drexel University, conducted design research in new media, immersive environments and emergent technologies at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCIArc) and Masters Degree of Architecture and Urbanism from Cornell University.
Cory has worked for multiple renown architecture firms, including Michael Graves, and has over 15 years of professional experience. His work encompasses installation art, media, residential, commercial, leisure and urban planning projects that spans 3 continents. Through an interdisciplinary approach to design thinking, his work is guided by his particular interests in sociocritical investigations and exploration of social relationships within, and beyond, the physical environment.

In addition to practice, Cory teaches Architecture and Design at the
University of Pennsylvania and the University of Southern California.