Having had time to digest his recent travels to Riverside & Los Angeles, California, Harry opens up about the experiences he witnessed meeting families and children and what he took away from it.
In the latest column, Harry delves into his experience with surgery on his radial club hand and whether or it is worthwhile for the consensus
Harry discusses the most vital aspects of teaching and, without you realising, just how far it can go.
Harry discusses why, as honourable as it is to be a limb-different role model, it can be tumultuous waters.
As April is the annual Limb-Different Awareness month, Harry discusses matters close to him and what he'd like to see from the thirty days of focus.
Harry discusses why the struggle is important for your mental being and its part in achieving goals as well as his personal struggle with many everyday tasks.
Obstacles are a part of every day life and how you choose to face them shows truth of character. Here, Harry gives his outlook on challenges and the obstacles he's faced.
Self-awareness is key to breaking down the barriers around you with a limb-difference. Harry discusses just how to go about conquering them to own a better life and outlook.
A year ago today, the DIA website officially launched.
In another summer time special, I break down what was the most difficult, yet most memorable summer of my life.
As April is the yearly Limb-Difference Awareness Month, Harry lists the top five questions he's often been faced with. Can you relate?
2017 offers opportunities that haven't been seen before. Here, Harry discusses why he believes there's never been a better time to have a limb-difference.
Harry opens up on the reality of bullying on #AntiBullyingWeek and has his say on what needs to be done to tackle it.
Harry documents his journey of trial and error and his path to finally finding a solution to lifting weights.
Harry talks about his approach to the 'i-word' and how sharing your gift of limb-difference is vital.
Harry recently toyed with PlayStation's new virtual reality system and came away with a new outlook on many things.
Having grown up in a fairly uncommon sport, Harry shares his story of how adapting in a sport like MMA has made him who he is today.
With the new school year quickly underway, Harry talks about his experience of being the only limb-different child in school.
Harry documents the second and last week of his trip to America, where he spent time in Royal Oak, Michigan, seeing the limb-different community's biggest foundation, the Lucky Fin Project.
Part One of Harry's trip to the United States focuses on week one at NubAbility Athletics Camp in Du Quoin, Illinois as well as a very special meeting.