Harriet's work is highly motivated by language and narrative and she has collaborated with artists across various disciplines. Her work has earned recognition by the American Prize and the American Composers Forum as well as publication with both Colla Voce Music and Hal Leonard Corporation. Upcoming in the summer of 2018, she received fellowships for the Norfolk New Music Workshop (Norfolk, CT) and Weekend of Chamber Music (Jeffersonville, NY). Harriet earned a B.M. in Composition and a minor in English Literature from Butler University where she studied with Frank Felice, Ronald Caltabiano, and Michael Schelle. She did additional study in harmony and counterpoint at the EAMA-Nadia Boulanger Institute in Paris, France as well as German language and literature at the Freie Universität in Berlin, Germany. In addition to composition, Harriet currently works as an operations assistant for Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings and the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival.