Henry Leutwyler has carved a niche in the photography world by delving closely, deeply, and personally into the lives of our times through the power of his images. From his iconic still life of the gun that assassinated John Lennon, to the 2008 “Magazine Cover of the Year” honors for his New York magazine portrait of Elliot Spitzer – Leutwyler has defined himself as an artist who drills into the soul of his subjects.Henry Leutwylerʼs photographs have earned him the ASME 2008 Magazine Cover of the Year award. He has been recognized as the Graphis magazine 2008 Photographer of the Year and was voted among the Top 10 Best Swiss Photographers of 2008 by Annabelle Magazine. Other honors include the highest recognition from The Art Directors Club of New York, The Society of Publication AD, American Photography and the James Beard Foundation. Today, Henry Leutwyler crafts his probing work based out of his downtown Manhattan studio. Simultaneously, he is a global citizen, fluent in four languages and at ease wherever he casts his lens. Son of a Swiss father and an Italian mother, he is constantly shaped by the precision of one and the exuberance of another.