I began working for ArchDaily as an Editorial Intern in January 2013. In May I was promoted to Paid Intern (yes, that does mean I was unpaid before, and no, ArchDaily interns are not still unpaid); in September I was promoted to part-time Contributing Editor, in May 2014 I was promoted to full-time Editor and Europe Correspondent, and in late July to my current position as Managing Editor. This is a (probably incomplete) list of the editorial pieces I published during this time. You can also view the complete list of pieces I published in my author profile on ArchDaily.
My formal published theory to date.
Since Summer 2010 I have written a number of articles in my spare time – keeping track of my theoretical thinking as it changes over time. Admittedly, my commitment to this project has somewhat lapsed since I actually started getting paid to write.
In Spring 2011 a few friends and I started Archiendo, where I post as “ExtRORYdinary” – an irreverent architecture blog which doesn’t take itself too seriously. Again, this project has now lapsed but some of the articles are fun so I’ll leave it here anyway.
Failed submissions, one-off pieces and anything else which isn’t one of the above three things.