Harry is another palaeobiology student at the University of Birmingham. He is most interested in prehistoric vertebrates, particularly Mesozoic fauna, and the evolution of life on Earth. Harry can often be found reading/watching anything regarding the natural world, especially those involving Sir David Attenborough, in a lifelong quest to quench his insatiable thirst for knowledge. While currently getting to grips with the academic and professional worlds of palaeontology, Harry looks forward to completing a PhD and being involved in uncovering fossils in the field, as well as working with fossils in museums. In the meantime, he hopes he can entertain and enthral his readers with his articles on how palaeontology is still recognised in and is relevant to the modern world. Harry also enjoys putting new spins on the Darwin’s Door logo (see our gallery) in celebration of special events.

As well as writing and editing for Darwin’s Door, Harry is also the 2021-23 copy editor of UoB’s science magazine, SATNAV.

You can find Harry on Twitter.