about me

Harry Pearce

I am a photographer, artist, writer and an educational/learning specialist with degrees spanning the arts, humanities, science and business; significantly, a Master of Studies degree in Literature and Arts from the University of Oxford and a First Class Honours degree in Photography & Creative Writing through the Open College of the Arts. I also trained with the BBC in television news production/journalism and have studied a wide range of creative courses, for example, Bookbinding with the London College of Communication.

Whilst photography forms the key visual driver for most of my work, I take an interdisciplinary approach in exploring ideas and concepts - it is the 'idea' that drives the output. Ongoing projects explore the use of mixed-media (including writing, drawing and stage-sets) in expressing these ideas and concepts based upon my interests in visual communication, cultural studies and the active engagement of art to enhance business communication and leadership.

I am currently working on a new exhibition of my creative work, alongside several publications which are coming to fruition after long-term development. I live in Saudi Arabia, helping business executives to create exceptional presentations.



2017 - Haiku. Pop-Up Wall, Ras Tanura (KSA).
2012 - A Dozen Eggs. Bank Street Arts Gallery, Sheffield (UK).


2009 - Open Seamers of Gold. Showcase Gallery, Barnsley (UK).
2008 - Open College of the Arts Student Exhibition. Showcase Gallery, Barnsley. (UK)


2017 - One For The Album (OFTA) (HaVe)
2016 - A Cuban Elegy (HaVe)
2012 - A Dozen Eggs (HaVe)
2010 - The Maldives: Providing Paradise (HaVe)
2009 - Sandringham: Walks With My Human (HaVe)