Born and raised in Oxford, Harry Fear’s television, radio and documentary work has taken him to 14 countries across the world.
Harry is perhaps best known for his hard-hitting coverage inside embattled Gaza where he risked his life to report intensively from the heart of two Israel-Hamas wars.
His independent coverage throughout the 2012 Gaza War was nominated for a Next Century Foundation International Media Award. Pioneering the use of wartime video streaming, he presented breaking news around the clock and amid the soundscape of drones and airstrikes.
His indefatigable work in the Palestinian territories also saw his testimony appear on the BBC, Al Jazeera and CBC.
He is proficient behind the camera and has a keen eye for photography and videography.
Although most passionate about reporting from crisis zones, he is generally committed to seeing alternative perspectives present in the international news spectrum.