Having completed a BA in Fine Art /Sculpture at Portsmouth Harriet pursued a career in the film and TV Industry.  Discovering clay at an evening classes she went on to complete an HND in Ceramics at Richmond Adult Education College. Harriet went onto complete a two-year Ceramics Diploma at the City Lit and more recently an MA at the Royal College of Art from 2018-2020.

Exhibiting widely, past exhibitions have included ‘From Nature’ and ‘Small Impact’ at Informality Gallery,(Eco)Logical Sense at the Hockney Gallery and 'The Power of Material’ at the Design Museum. She is taking part in 'Tracing Spaces' at Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer and 'Nature Inspired' with Through-Objects in the Autumn of 2021. 


She took part in a residency  at Guldagergaard Ceramic research center in Denmark in 2020. She was Artist in Residence  with SailBritain, in July 2021 looking at the impact of climate on our oceans in the South of England.

Harriet explores ‘human’ time versus ‘deep’ time in seascapes, through embodied and performative making practices in ceramics, drawing, photography and film.