Harry entered the trade at 16 as a trainee goldsmith in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter. Mostly self-taught since these early days, Harry is now an award-winning jeweller working in silver, white gold, platinum and palladium, incorporating all the disciplines he has mastered during his 30-year career.
Keen to pass on his skills to the next generation, Harry teaches at the Goldsmiths’ Centre; with the Hand Engraving Association and the Enamellers Guild. A liveryman of the Goldsmiths’ Livery Company, Harry resoundingly supports UK goldsmithing and the value of British craftsmanship.
Harry's QEST Bendicks scholarship supported his training with second-generation enameller, Phil Barnes. The guidance and direction from Phil allowed Harry to focus on the complexities and intricacies of enamelling at scale.