Henry Mason has worked with many of the world’s top brands, shooting high profile campaigns for the likes of Honda, T-Mobile, Bombay Sapphire, McLaren, Nike and Coca Cola. He has also directed TV drama for the BBC and Channel 4, as well as for theatre and film. He recently collaborated with Narciso Rodriguez, on the spot "Of Nothing," which was shot on location in Brazil in the favelas where bottletop handbags are made for charity.
Henry has made a series of short documentaries for Sky Sports about football fans around the UK and he often casts non-actors in many of his films and commercials and brings a beautiful, cinematic reality to all of his work.
All That Way For Love, Henry’s short film shot on location in Kenya, opened the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival, was selected by the BFI
for distribution as part of their Best Short Films series and it screened at the Tribeca Film festival.
He has a degree in Drama from University of Exeter, specializing in Dramaturgy, and character performance. He was also classically trained in music at Wells Cathedral Specialist Music School.