Entrepreneur | Finance | Entertainment
Harrison D. Quinn is a model/ actor turned entrepreneur & luxury wealth advisor.
Harrison was born and raised in Kansas and moved to New York City after getting scouted by AIG Model & Talent Agency to model out of high school. He was signed with top modeling agencies such as Wilhelmina, Next and Why Not Models. He was also represented by Innovative artists for his acting pursuits.
Throughout his modeling career he worked with major brands such as Calvin Klein, Burberry, Diesel and many others. He walked for Versace in Milan for their winter 2013 show.
While living in the city he also worked in nightlife with the TAO Group and a boutique private equity firm.
Since moving from NYC, he received a bachelor's degree from the Business School at the University of Kansas where he majored in Finance & International Business. He has completed Duke University’s Certificate in Financial Planning program in order to sit for the Exam and become a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™.
Harrison completed a post graduate study abroad program in China, where he continued his international studies. Soon after returning to the states he accepted a position at a local financial planning firm.
In 2021 Harrison switched firms and started his firm HDQ Wealth. This transition has allowed for to best serve his clients and maintain the highest fiduciary standard. He services his clients across the country in various industries: actors, models, artists, athletes, entrepreneurs, doctors, business owners etc. He combines a modern approach alongside traditional practices to serve high-net-worth families, uniquely offering private and alternative investment options while assisting with overall asset and family management.
Harrison is now based in Kansas City with his Wife Kyrie and their white golden retriever Hendrix. Outside of his professional endeavors he enjoys culinary pursuits, traveling, fitness, non-profit work, martial arts, and extreme sports. Maintaining a high level of health is paramount to his holistic performance.