I’ll be running a session on writing for clients as part of RIBA Future Leaders 2018. It’ll be on 17th May, which is the second of the three days and which is all about ‘Coming to the Fore’.
On 1st and 8th March 2018 I’ll be running a workshop on ‘Writing about your projects’ for the Museum of Architecture. It’ll be the second two-part, hands-on workshop I run for them and follows on from my ‘Writing for your website‘ workshop in October of last year (but you don’t need to have come to that one to come to this one).
I worked with Magali McKay of astula-architecture on the copy for her new website.
I spent an intense couple of days working on a bid for a small practice. They had all the experience they needed and all the information on paper, but I did the reshuffling and reorganising so that we had all the questions answered and all the boxes ticked.
I’m working on the website copy for a practice who are just getting to grips with how to talk about what they do.
I worked with Kieran Gaffney of Konishi Gaffney to help him come up with a practice statement that would be as simple, beautiful and quietly spoken as the buildings they create. I’m pleased with the way it turned out.
I’m working on a ‘refresh’ of the website copy for a practice who are involved in quite major projects. They’re very keen on all the technical stuff, and I’m finding a way of talking about this less immediately ‘human’ side in a more human-friendly way.