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Henry

Field Engineer

  • Henry

    September 2014

    Field Engineer

    With a passion for aquatics, conservation and travel, Henry joined Aquarium Architecture as a Field Engineer fresh off the plane from his latest East Asian and Australian travels.

    After spending over a decade in the aquatics industry here in the UK, Henry decided to go work on reef conservation projects in Thailand, before heading to Australia where he worked not only in aquatics retail, but also as an aquarist in a wholesale and quarantine facility.

    The complex water chemistry, progression of cool technical equipment, fascinating biological processes and of course the stunning beauty of a thriving reef aquarium, are all reasons why the world of saltwater aquariums will never stop fascinating him.

    When his hands are dry, Henry is an avid rock climber and spends much of his spare time at the local indoor wall, where between V12s you might catch him juggling or nibbling a home made flapjack.

Henry

Field Engineer

With a passion for aquatics, conservation and travel, Henry joined Aquarium Architecture as a Field Engineer fresh off the plane from his latest East Asian and Australian travels.

After spending over a decade in the aquatics industry here in the UK, Henry decided to go work on reef conservation projects in Thailand, before heading to Australia where he worked not only in aquatics retail, but also as an aquarist in a wholesale and quarantine facility.

The complex water chemistry, progression of cool technical equipment, fascinating biological processes and of course the stunning beauty of a thriving reef aquarium, are all reasons why the world of saltwater aquariums will never stop fascinating him.

When his hands are dry, Henry is an avid rock climber and spends much of his spare time at the local indoor wall, where between V12s you might catch him juggling or nibbling a home made flapjack.