Harriet started out in a London photography studio, mainly washing up and folding towels. Photography had always been a hobby but being surrounded daily by creatives and photographers she saw it could be her career path. Smart phones changed everything, having a good camera with her 24/7. ‘I had an insatiable need to snap everything I loved, which largely boiled down to the food I ate in restaurants’. Commissions began to roll in. Harriet has photographed a number of brilliant chefs (including Tom Kerridge, Thomasina Miers and Nieves Barragan) and more recently had some exciting drinks projects which is a field she’s thrilled to be emerging into. ‘It’s unsurprising that a lot of my work has a natural lifestyle feel. Combining my two great loves (three if you count travel) photography and food in all honesty feels like I’m cheating life a bit. Thrilled to be part of the Bite collective and can’t wait to collaborate with you’. CLIENTS INCLUDE: Chillys bottles, Salcombe Distilling Co, Taco Bell, Scratch Rum, Taster kitchens, Code Hospitality, Lyaness Bar, The Conduit London, Home House, Marksman Public house, The Telegraph, Chefs in schools, Ally Capellino.