Harriet Constable is an award winning multimedia journalist and self-shooting producer/director. She covers a wide range of topics including environment, politics and equality through print, radio and video. Her work is featured in outlets including the The New York Times, BBC, The Guardian and she is a Rough Guide to Kenya co-author.
Originally from London, Harriet worked at the Financial Times before moving to Africa to be based in Nairobi and then Johannesburg for four years. She is a former board member of the Foreign Correspondents’ Association of East Africa and a graduate of the Columbia University School of Journalism summer workshop in New York.
Harriet’s story on sand was selected for the ‘Pick of From Our Own Correspondent’, and her documentary Fired Up aired on BBC World News in June 2019 and was screened at the China Women’s Film Festival.