Harry Sanna (1987), pictured above in his obligatory war-zone portrait, is a cross-media journalist with five years of international reporting experience. In this time, he has produced written and photographic features as well as video-based work for some of the news industry’s most highly-regarded publications and broadcasters.

After completing a Bachelor’s degree in Media and Communications (Journalism) at the University of Technology, Sydney, Harry based himself in New Delhi from 2008 to 2010, and has since then been more or less on the road. His work has taken him from Australia to India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan, Haiti, Afghanistan and the United States.

With experience in both spot-news coverage and longer-form written features, Harry’s work has been featured in such publications as The National, Sydney Morning Herald, GlobalPost, Motherland and the Huffington Post. His work from Afghanistan has also appeared in CBS and PBS. Harry is also currently working on a number of documentary projects for international circulation.


Harry Sanna, journalist and victim of inappropriate prank executed with characteristic military precision.