For The Māui is a collaboration between New Zealand creatives joining together to raise awareness for the plight of our native dolphin species, the Māui dolphin. Working with prolific musicians and artists from all around New Zealand, we created a mix-tape and set of artworks designed specifically by each artist with these beautiful creatures in mind. They include K2K, George Turner, FCKCPS, Pelorus, Ludus and Passed Curfew, with artwork created by Lily Paris West, Laura Bernard, Martin Lim and Tread Well, among others. This culminated in a two-part gig, in partnership with WWF New Zealand and Money Laundering, sponsored by Raglan Roast, 121 and Laundry Bar.



Coup De Main magazine is a taste-making, bi-monthly online publication featuring international pop culture interviews, news and reviews. Harri worked as a content writer from 2010 to 2013, interviewing many different International acts including Band Of Horses, Neko Case, Of Monsters and Men, Alt-J, Belle & Sebastian, and many more. She has worked as media at various festivals, including Auckland’s Laneway Festival throughout 2012-2013, and the Big Day Out in 2011.



Throughout 2014 - 2016, Harri worked under many facets of the Salient media family. Beginning with her radio show “Bad Science with Mostly Harri”, she worked at Salient FM in multiple roles, as a show-host, marketing co-ordinator and overall advisor until late 2016. Her next show, “The Interview Show with Jazz and Harri” aired throughout 2015-2017 on Salient FM, and was the highest rated show on the station for the two consecutive years that it ran. An interview show featuring some of the best New Zealand musicians, including Raw Collective, Estère, Name UL, October, Ha the Unclear, Groeni, Beach Boy & Shark Week and the founders of 121. She was Music Editor for the Salient publication in 2016, and was also included in the formation of the Salient TV production crew throughout this time - working both in front of and behind the camera documenting music and festivals like Homegrown and Auckland City Limits.

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What's Good, in its current incarnation, is a blog which exposes to the public conscious only the best in aspirational lifestyle. This ethos manifests itself in a dedication to only the best content, always. Our content base spans across music, fashion, food, current events, technology, and art. We capture, distill and serve still kicking the culture of a generation. Harri worked as a content writer for What’s Good, and contributed articles on a number of topics, including interviews with New Zealand musicians October, Tali and Georgie Fisher.



Monty The Cat was managed by Harri Robinson from 2012 until his passing in 2014. Monty, a British Shorthair cat, interviewed superstar Ed Sheeran during his Auckland visit in 2012 in the wake of his “Drunk” music video release. Following the interview, which went viral on social media website Twitter, Monty The Cat amassed a Facebook following of over 1500 likes, and worldwide media coverage. A collaboration between Coup De Main magazine and Monty The Cat, the interview was released as a two-part article Coup De Main’s website and through their YouTube channel.



Harri Robinson has photographed numerous local and international concert acts, most recently at Wellington’s favourite San Fran covering Vince Staples Pre-Laneway Tour, and at local legend Bodega showcasing “Raiza Biza, Bailey Wiley, ENO (of Eno x Dirty), and Who Knows?. She is available to do both studio photography work, and live photography or videography work.