Harrison has choreographed for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Hubbard Street 2, River North Dance Company, Danceworks, the Civic Ballet of Chicago, the Cerqua/Rivera Art Experience, Ballet Met, American Repertory Ballet, Louisville Ballet, Configurations Dance Company, Omaha Ballet Theater, Chicago Lyric Opera, Marriott Lincolnshire Theatre, Paramount Theater, and Chicago Shakespeare Theatre.
He has created original dances for special occasions of the 97th Birthday Celebration of noted dance historian, critic, and friend Ann Barzel, a work to open the 10th Anniversary of Dance for Life, the Finale for Dance Chicago’s 10 Year Anniversary, and for 6 years original pieces for Dance for Life in collaboration with Jeremy Plummer and C5. Harrison is the inaugural recipient of the Prince Prize and has received the Ruth Page, After Dark, and Choo-San Goh Awards for choreography, in addition to an Emmy nomination for his performance in Billy Sunday on PBS.
He choreographed the 35th Anniversary Tour of American Bandstand and directed the Australian Tour of More Dirty Dancing. His was associate choreographer for the ’92 Barcelona Olympics’ Closing Ceremonies and Carnegie Hall’s Celebration of 125 Years of Musical Theater. He also co-choreographed the musical Hot Mikado on London’s West End. Harrison is a Creative Director for Chicago’s Wilson Dow Group where he has directed and choreographed events with Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Kristin Chenoweth and Yao Ming to name a few.