Harry works extensively on projects in the capacity of project architect and second-in-charge. His experience ranges across varying scales of residential, aged care and public domain precincts; giving him a broad understanding and appreciation for how others utilise place and space. Prior to joining Scott Carver, Harry’s career highlights were seeing two significant projects; Fyshwick Markets and Bridge Point see successful completion - projects in which he worked on from concept design and inception. Harry is a keen advocate for the future generation. Originally based in Canberra, he was a course coordinator and lecturer for ‘Building Design’ and ‘Architectural Drawing’ courses at Canberra’s Institute of Technology.
Harry is inspired by Tadao Ando - a self-taught architect. Tadao’s meticulous use of materiality and design detailing, as well as very considered use of light throughout his simple concrete structures - gives Harry an appreciation for design in its purest form.
Harry believes that with an ever-growing global population, the need for a sustainable life that is inclusive of an important social dynamic and environmental condition is imperative. It will be vital to address these key issues in line with how modern architecture reacts to and morphs these ideals.