Harry Fisher-JonesSenior Consultant, London
Since joining AEA, Harry has worked across a number of sectors and regions, conducting research, strategic planning and financial analysis for Yorkshire Sculpture Park (UK), the City of London Corporation (UK), New South Wales Department of Planning & Environment (Australia), General Culture Authority (Saudi Arabia) and Gloucester Culture Trust (UK), among others.
Harry’s background spans visual art, music, and publishing, having worked with not-for-profit arts organisations, creative industries firms, and multinational corporations in the UK, US, and Hong Kong. Prior to joining AEA, Harry worked as a strategy consultant in London, focusing on business planning, strategic planning, research and data analysis, and project management for Fortune 500 companies including Diageo and AB InBev. His work for AB InBev helped to drive over 20% growth in key territories and was recognised as a finalist at the 2017 Management Consultancies Association Awards. He has also held positions at KNEON Magazine (London), Le Ciel Foundation (London), Barker Langham (London), Christie’s (London), MoMA PS1 (New York), Pioneer Works (New York), Para Site (Hong Kong), and Citigroup (London).
Harry holds an M.A. and B.A. (first class honours) in Religious Studies, from the University of Edinburgh, also completing a year abroad at the University of California, Berkeley. He specialised in Buddhist and Islamic art history and wrote his master’s thesis on Zen gardens and Japanese nationalism. Harry speaks intermediate Spanish and basic Arabic.