Harry is the much traveled son of a career Air Force officer. He went to elementary school in Puerto Rico, Junior High School in Missouri and Illinois, and High School in Tokyo, Japan. He studied film, advertising and graphic design at the Art Center College of Design.

After many years working as an agency creative chief, Harry began directing in 2005. Since then he’s shot work for Reebok, Amtrak, Blue Cross, AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, the California Lottery, Southwest Airlines, Gallo, Hallmark, Home Depot, Goodyear, Acura, Honda, GM, Toyota and the Ad Council, among others.

Prior to directing, Harry worked as a writer and Creative Director at agencies such as: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners and Leagas Delaney, on award-winning campaigns for got milk?, adidas, Budweiser, Polaroid, CNET, AT&T, Major League Baseball and the New York Yankees. His creative work was honored by the industry’s most coveted awards, including the One Show, Cannes, the Clios, Communication Arts, Andys, and D&AD, among others. His got milk? spot, “Heaven” was named Spot of the Year, and the campaign was named Ad Age magazine’s campaign of the decade.

Harry lives in San Anselmo, California with his wife Patti and their sons, Roman and Ford.