Lawrence Biemiller is a senior writer who came to work at The Chronicle of Higher Education in 1980. He has written frequently about campus architecture, the arts, and small colleges, among many other topics.
I write for @thetimes. Into the good stuff: food, drink, property, architecture etc
I'm the editor of City A.M's Life&Style section. We cover restaurants, film, theatre, the arts, technology, travel and motoring. I'm also the editor of our regular glossy magazines Bespoke (style, arts and culture) and Living (design, architecture and property).
SHAUNACY FERRO IS A BROOKLYN-BASED WRITER COVERING ARCHITECTURE, URBAN DESIGN AND THE SCIENCES. SHE'S ON A LIFELONG QUEST FOR THE PERFECT DONUT. Follow her on Twitter.
Michael Bleby writes on real estate specialising in construction, infrastructure, architecture. Based in our Melbourne newsroom, Michael has two decades of journalism experience, having worked in the UK, Japan, South Africa and the Middle East.
Editor of Curbed SF. Lover of architecture, shelter, top-floor living, windows galore, Giants baseball, and other pretty things.
Alex Bozikovic is The Globe and Mail's architecture critic. His writing appears regularly in the Arts section and in the news pages. He is an author of Toronto Architecture: A City Guide (McClelland and Stewart, 2017). He has won a National Magazine Award and has also written for design publications such as Azure, Blueprint, Dwell, Spacing and Wallpaper.
Sara Freund is Curbed Chicago's editor. In this role, Sara writes about architecture, transportation, real estate, design, housing, and developments.
Ameena Walker is an editor at Curbed NY, where she covers real estate, transportation, architecture, and various local happenings around the city.
As the Curbed Philly editor, Anna Merriman brings news about Philly's urban development to its residents. Through stories on architecture, housing, real estate and living conditions for Philadelphians, Anna tells the story of the city's ever-changing landscape. Anna graduated from Bryn Mawr College, located in the suburbs of Philly, and got her start in journalism by writing for the popular weekly, Philly City Paper. She's won two Associated Press Awards for feature writing. She currently lives in South Philly and spends too much time eating at the Italian Market.
Dana is a writer and preservationist with a passion for all things New York. After graduating from New York University with a BA in Urban Design & Architecture Studies, she worked at the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, where she planned the organization's public programs and wrote for their blog Off the Grid. Currently, she writes for CIRCA, an online historic house marketplace, and leads walking tours about the cultural history of city neighborhoods.
Eleanor is a US reporter for Dezeen. She graduated from Newcastle University with a BA in architecture before moving to Seville, Spain to work for an architecture studio, and learn Spanish. She is also the co-founder of Foci, an online magazine for arts students, which was awarded the Deutsche Bank Award for Creative Enterprise in 2015.
I’m a writer, designer, and editor based in Bristol, UK. Working full-time for ZA/UM on videogames.My interests include: games, architecture, internet culture, fashion, gender and sexuality, modern art, and saving the planet.
David oversees editorial strategy and execution for three application-specific sites in TechTarget's Business Applications and Architecture media group. He helped launch SearchFinancialApplications.com after two years as site and news editor of SearchManufacturingERP.com and remains a contributor to both sites along with SearchSAP.com. David has covered IT for 28 years and was an editor at BYTE, PC Resource and 80 Micro. His freelance articles have appeared in Computerworld, PC World and numerous other publications and websites. He has an M.S. in community economic development from Southern New Hampshire University and a B.A. in journalism from the University of Rhode Island.
Steven Haines is a senior technologist, accomplished architect, author and educator. He is currently working at Turbonomic as a Principal Software Architect in their Advanced Engineering team, focused on cloud initiatives. Previously he worked in various principal and lead architect roles at Disney, spending the better part of the past six years in their architecture team building out the next generation of Disney's guest experience and leading various Disney initiatives, from a solutions perspective. His specializations have been in performance and scalability, cloud-based architectures, high-availability, fault tolerance, business analytics and integration with new and emerging technologies.
Born on the Channel Island of Jersey, Simon moved to the UK to attend the University of Bath where he studied electrical and electronic engineering. Since then a varied career has included being part of the team building the world's first solid state 30KW HF radio transmitter, writing electromagnetic modelling software for railguns, and testing the first ADSL equipment in the UK. He also built one the UK's first national ISPs, before spending several years developing architectures for large online services for many major brands. For the last decade he's been a freelance writer, specialising in enterprise technologies and development. He works with his wife and writing partner Mary Branscombe from a small house in south west London, or from anywhere there's a WiFi signal and a place for a laptop.
Alyn is a freelance writer and editor who contributes to some of the world’s leading architecture and design publications, including Dezeen, Blueprint, Icon, Wallpaper, Interior Design and CNN Style.
Adrian Higgins began his career in the mid-1970s as a reporter in England for East Midlands Allied Press and its flagship daily paper, The Evening Telegraph. Since the late 1980s, he has specialized in writing about gardening, landscape architecture, and related environmental areas. He joined The Washington Post in 1994. He previously worked for shelter magazines as an editor and contributor. He has authored three garden books and contributed to several more. Higgins has wide artistic interests and sees his work and life entwined in a continual journey of creative exploration and expression. In addition to his work as a writer and horticulturist, he is a classical pianist, and studied for more than 20 years in the studio of the noted Peruvian-American pianist Myriam Avalos Teie. He has studied abstract and figurative painting at the Art League of Alexandria; poetry and creative writing at the University of Oxford's department of continuing education; and architecture and decorative arts as an active member of the Victorian Society in America.
Jack Crosbie is a photojournalist and writer from Prather, California, currently based in New York City. He's reported from the Philippines, Ukraine, France, Lebanon, and the United Kingdom on conflict, human rights, sports, architecture, food, science, and technology for a variety of outlets in a variety of mediums. He holds a M.S. in Journalism from Columbia University.
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