Born and raised in New York City, Henry Chung studied engineering at Columbia University's School of Engineering and Applied Science and photography at New York University's Tish School of the Arts. In 1992 Henry established his first photography studio in Brooklyn which he has maintained at various locations since. The years during and after his education Henry worked as a typesetter and computer programmer. Henry lives in Brooklyn, NY and his current studio is in Red Hook, Brooklyn. His work has most recently been seen at Governor’s Island Art Fair (2012), The Affordable Art Fair (NYC Spring, 2011), Old Stone House (Brooklyn, 2011), Storefront Gallery (Brooklyn, 2011), The London Art Fair (London, UK, 2011), The Affordable Art Fair (NYC, Fall 2010), Sweet Lorraine Gallery (Brooklyn, 2010), The Red Horse Cafe (Brooklyn, 2010), RHV Fine Art (Brooklyn, 2009), The Micro Museum (Brooklyn, 2006), The Rider Project at the DUMBO Arts Festival (Brooklyn, 2006) and Gallery RFD (Georgia, US, 2007) and in numerous private collections.