Harvest, a commumty-lea installation, was originally commissioned by the Essex Cultural Diversity Project as one of its 2015 Artist Projects. The author have created this project as an attempt to rethink home through a specific context of experiencing, celebrating and performing home, history and memory in one particular community: Jewish. The primary focus of the work centred on the Jewish 'festival of ingathering' of harvest: the Sukkot, which is also known as the Feast of Tabernacles, or the Feast of Booths. The sound component of his project involved the playing of a series of interviews with members of the local Jewish community, which he recorded over a six-month period, through the speakers suspended from the roof of his Sukkah-home. The success of harvest, particularly in the context of community engagement, has resulted in his determination to develop this project on a much larger scale.