Harry Guinness

Freelance Writer and Photographer

Harry Guinness is an Irish freelance writer and photographer. He lives in Dublin with his partner and more animals than really fit in their small house.Harry's work has been published in The New York Times, Popular Science, OneZero, Human Parts, Lifehacker, and dozens of other places. He writes about technology, culture, science, productivity, and the ways they collide.He is open to commissions and collaborations, so feel free to drop him an email.Recent Clips
A (Former) Night Owl’s Guide to Becoming a Morning Person (The New York Times)
The Rise of Ireland's Supervets (The Irish Times)
How ‘Digital Nomads’ Game the System to Work in Paradise (OneZero)
Tear It Up and Start Again (The New York Times)
How to Move Better (Popular Science)
How to Develop a Morning Routine You'll Actually Stick With (Popular Science)
The Joys of Being a Third Wheel (Human Parts)
How to Edit Your Own Writing (The New York Times)
How to Workout While You Travel (Popular Science)
Get the Most Out of a Visit to a Museum (The New York Times)
How to Stop Your Photos Getting Stolen on the Internet (Popular Science)
How to Deal with Difficult Relatives Over the Holidays (The New York Times)
How to Pose for Photographs (Popular Science)
The Tools You Need to Write a Book This Year (Wired)
Other Projects
Bing's Best Things is a pet advice website Harry runs in collaboration with his veterinary nurse partner, Hannah Callaghan. It covers things like the best dog feeding toys, how to save money on dog enrichment, and if you need to buy special dog peanut butter.
Snapsure is a tool to help landscape photographers get incredible photos Harry is creating with Keanan Koppenhaver. It sends an alert when certain conditions line up—like the right time of day, kind of weather, or visible celestial bodies.TechWritingHQ is a newsletter, eBook guide, and website that teaches people how to be a tech writer—and most importantly, get paid.Education
BSc. Psychology, Dublin City University, Ireland
MSc. Business and Management, Trinity College, Ireland