Alexandra Harris is a cultural historian and writer. She is the recipient of the Guardian First Book Award and a Somerset Maugham Award for Romantic Moderns. She is a Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Liverpool and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. She lives in Oxford and Liverpool.
Jamie Harris is a writer and photographer based in the UK.
Jane Harris is a designer/consultant and Professor of Digital Imaging Design at Kingston University London. A recipient of the prestigious National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts Fellowship she was previously co-founder and director of the Textile Futures Research Centre and a Reader in Digital Textile Design Media at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London.
Stephen Harris is Druce Curator of the Oxford University Herbaria and a Fellow of Green Templeton College.
Jessica Harrison-Hall is Head of the China Section, Curator of Later China, Vietnam, and the Sir Percival David Collection of Chinese Ceramics at the British Museum, London.
Jodie Harrison is an editor at MrPorter.com.
Martin Harrison is the author of In Camera: Francis Bacon and is the editor of the forthcoming Francis Bacon Catalogue Raisonne, a project with which Rebecca Daniels is also closely involved. They live in England.
Stephen Harrison is curator of decorative arts at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
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Lynda Roscoe Hartigan is Chief Curator of the Peabody Essex Museum and former director of the Joseph Cornell Study Center.
Phyllis Hartnoll was editor of the Oxford Companion to the Theatre and a well-known authority on theatre history.
Janet Harvey has traveled extensively in Central Asia, studying firsthand the making and uses of the region’s traditional textiles. She lives in Scotland.
Michael G. Hasel is an American archaeologist.
Richard Havers is a consultant to Universal Music on jazz and has curated box sets including ?Louis Armstrong: Ambassador of Jazz and Ella Fitzgerald?: The Voice of Jazz. He has written extensively on the topic of 20th-century music and pop culture. His previous books include ?Verve, ?Bill Wyman’s Blues Odyssey, and ?Sinatra.???????
Zahi Hawass has been secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Egypt, and director of excavations at Giza, Saqqara, and the Bahariya Oasis. Over his career he has made many major archaeological discoveries, of which the most spectacular are the tombs of the pyramid builders at Giza, the Valley of the Golden Mummies, and the identification of the mummy of Queen Hatshepsut.
Alice Hawkins is a British photographer who graduated from Camberwell College of Art in 2002. Her work regularly appears in POP and LOVE magazine. She has also created editorial content for PonyStep, Vogue, Arena Homme+, SHOWstudio, Harpers Bazaar, and The Financial Times, and has shot campaigns for Agent Provocateur, Topman, Tommy Hilfiger, and Diesel, among others.
Lucinda Dickens Hawksley is the author of three biographies of Victorian artists: Lizzie Siddal, Kate Perugini (née Dickens), and Princess Louise. Lucinda is a regular lecturer at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
Mark Haworth-Booth is Honorary Research Fellow at the Victoria and Albert Museum and a Senior Fellow of the Royal College of Art.
Kay Heymer, a curator and art historian, is the head of Modern Art at the Museum Kunstpalast in Düsseldorf. He organized the exhibition David Hockney: Exciting Times Are Ahead at the Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn, in 2001.
John Haywood’s many books include Encyclopaedia of the Viking Age and Historical Atlas of the Celtic World.
Thomas Heatherwick is one of Britain’s most innovative designers.
François Hébel is the curator of the Harry Gruyaert show at the Maison Européene de la photographie in April 2015. He has been producer, curator, and author of numerous exhibitions and books.
John Hegarty is one of the world’s most famous advertising creatives and Founding Creative Partner of Bartle Bogle Hegarty (BBH). He has received the D&AD President’s Award for outstanding achievement, the International Clio Award, and is a member of The One Club of the New York Creative Hall of Fame.
A native New Yorker, William Helburn became a photographer after serving in the U.S. Army. Upon returning home from World War II, a partner’s chance encounter with Fernand Fonssagrives turned him toward fashion photography. He attended Alexander Brodovitch’s famous Design Laboratory and went on to shoot for Harper’s Bazaar, Life, Esquire, Town & Country, Ladies’ Home Journal, McCall’s, and Charm. He was a first-call photographer for the top advertising firms of the era, including Altman- Stoller; Delehanty, Kurnit & Geller; Young & Rubicam, and Doyle Dane Bernbach. Helburn won numerous advertising and graphic arts awards. He would turn to television commercials in the 1970s, but continued shooting still photography into the early 1980s. He lives in Connecticut.
Steven Heller is co-chair of the MFA Design: Designer as Author program at the School of Visual Arts, New York. His many previous books includeTypographic Universe, New Modernist Type, and Scripts.