Finn Harries is British filmmaker and designer.
He is the co-founder of Earthrise Studio. A digital media company dedicated to communicating the climate crisis through research, design and filmmaking. He co-runs the studio alongside Jack Harries
and Alice Aedy
Finn began filmmaking in 2011 when he launched the Youtube channel JacksGap
with his brother Jack Harries. Over four years they documented their travels and creative projects through YouTube. The channel grew to four million subscribers with more than 150 million views. In 2015 Finn took a hiatus from YouTube to begin his studies in architecture with a scholarship at Parsons School of Design
in New York. He graduated with honours achieving a BFA in Architectural Design and a minor in Environmental Studies. He went on to study at the Architectural Association
in London graduating in 2019.
He is currently studying at the University of Cambridge
to complete an Masters of Philosophy in Architecture and Urban Design. His research focuses on regenerative design and ecology. He launched Frayn Studio in 2020 as a design lab to prototype examples of climate resiliency and regenerative systems.
Finn has given talks at both TEDx and the United Nations in New York on the urgency for action on climate change and biodiversity loss. He has written for The Guardian and Citizen Magazine.