Herbert Wright, journalist and author
Welcome to my website. I am a London-based writer specialising in urbanism, architecture and art.

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400m above Shenzhen at KK100, December 2011

more about me...

I am a London-based writer. Currently, Contributing Editor to major UK architecture/design magazine Blueprint, columnist for RIBA Journal and contributor to others, including the Journal of Wild Culture. Previously, I have written for magazines covering contemporary and twentieth century art, real estate, technology, and music. I have contributed to Phaidon's architectural encyclopedia, and written for hip London site le cool. I instigated and co-curated Lisbon Open House 2012.

 I am the author of three non-fiction books about skyscrapers and urbanism. 

I graduated from the University of London in Physics and Astrophysics and have worked in software publishing and club promotion. I have experience in news analysis, PR copywriting, speechwriting, conducting tours and media training. I have  also been an exhibited artist and an actor. And I know three jokes.


I am available for freelance commissions, consultancy and interesting propositions.

Twitter... @ Herbhastosay

Or best of all... e-mail me here!


This website is still under construction. You can check out my recent online articles, my books, some photos and my every-now-and-then blogs!

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DISAMBIGUATION
I thought most of my fellow Herberts died in the Great War, but there are still hundreds of us with the same last name. Here's who I AM NOT:
Herbert Wright, learned American author of the novel Do Clones Have Souls
Herbert Wright, American science fiction scriptwriter and producer, friend of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry
Herbert Wright, Youth Secretary of the NAACP in the 1950s, who often debated Malcolm X on Civil Rights
Herbert Wright, who wrote about the Vatican in the last century
Sir Herbert Wright, botanist who in 1907 lectured on Rubber Cultivation in the British Empire
Herbert W Wright, Arizona judge