Originally from Coventry, Warwickshire, Harry began his formal dance studies at Elmhurst School for Dance, under the artistic direction of Desmond Kelly. After furthering his training in tap dance styles with Tap Attack, he enrolled onto the BA (Hons) Dance Studies (Choreography) course at Middlesex University, graduating with First Class Honours. A highlight whilst studying was being able to observe the 2017 Cohan Collective, with him having the chance to watch Robert Cohan and Eleanor Alberga mentor and critique choreographers and composers process’ and outcomes. Harry has worked with a range of artists including Annie B-Parsons, Rachel Nanyonjo, Joseph Toonga, Paul James Rooney and Sir Peter Wright, and worked with organisations including the Royal Opera House, Birmingham Royal Ballet, One Dance UK, BEEE Creative and Women and Theatre. Most recently, he has immensely enjoyed performing a work at the Venice International Art Festival, choreographed by Kerrie Doyle. He is currently a company member of DancingStrong (directed by Dr Adesola Akinleye) and is developing choreographic work with musician and Music Department Graduate Academic Assistant Reuben Ard, to be performed at festivals and venues.
Harry holds a first-class honours in BA Dance Studies (Choreography), and is currently attempting to attain Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.