His first Tamil album Tamil Khanthagar Kaattugal was released in 2005, winning him the Tamil Nadu State Film Awards as the Best Music Director. Harris gave more attention and efforts in four of his career oriented albums by taking a break from films for two years in between. His musical style had changed from Carnatic to Western and Rejiggered Tamil with greater use of the synthesizers. In 1997, he had debuted in Kannada and in the same year, he made his Telugu debut in \"Seethamma Thamma\" with music directed by R. D. Burman. Other than Tamil and Kannada, he had also made his debut in Malayalam in the year 1997 with \"Devasuram\". He had composed music for some songs in Hindi, Telugu and Kannada.
At the age of fourteen, he joined the Theosophical Society, Chennai, learning the philosophy of K. V. Simon (his former professor in Carnatic music) and meditation. He started his career in the Tamil film industry with the title song \"Krypta Kadhala\" and his first song composition was \"Kollathal Oddam\" used in the movie \"Thangathin Thangathin\". After getting famous, he changed his style to turn more towards the western music and flavoured with rock sounds. He was featured in the Hindi movie \"Lal Qila\" which was directed by S.D. Chakravorty and the movie was a huge success.
In 2013, he composed music for Raman K. Ratan's film Veluthu Kattu alongside Thaman, the song chorus he had previously scored for Bharathiraja's Udayananurukku Thavane which was a hit in Tamil cinema. The film was directed by the duo Ayngaran Narayanan and produced by its co-director R. K. Suresh with S. Thanu, in his first venture as a director. The soundtrack was released through Adithyaa Music. The song was praised by the distributors and it was picked up by Radio Mirchi as \"Super Hit\". 7211a4ac4a