URBAN JOURNALISM

I am an urbanist-in-training in the Masters in City and Regional Planning programme at the University of Cape Town, as well as a contributor and a True Believer at futurecapetown.com. My interests are bicycle commuting, architecture and urban low-cost housing but I enjoy the challenge of writing outside of these areas, and am open to any urban-themed writing assignment you may have.

Download my Urban Planner CV / Téléchargez mon CV d’urbaniste et aménagiste

I am equipped with a Canon SX700 HS camera and tripod for everyday photography, but I frequently collaborate with a small number of young but highly skilled photographers, proofreaders and researchers. This means that I can offer a three-step process for conceptualising, then researching and writing, and finally proof-reading long and short-form journalism and features on urban themes.

Recent articles of mine include:

Academic Essays:

Skeptic City

The Potomac Basin

With Rashiq Fataar of FutureCapeTown.com:

Article: Cape Town’s Anti-Apartheid Urban Plan – NextCity.org (June 2014)

Book reviews: Peter Cox’s Moving People (UCT Press, 2014)Rogue Urbanism (Jacana, 2013)

Quantifying racial segregation in Cape Town

Articles on urbanism around the world:

Disconnection and connection in Cape Town

What does Dubai mean to the people that live there? Part 1 Part 2

The Arab Street and the Arab Spring

 

 

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