Editing | Writing | Content creation
Bruce N Wright, FAIA, is an accomplished editor and writer of design books, articles, public relations collateral, grant proposals, blogs and content creation for websites.
Specialties: Public relations and marketing for designers and engineers, magazine writing/editing, technical information/knowledge of specialty textiles for use in architecture, landscape architecture and product design.
Clients have included architectural/engineering design firms, graphic designers, interior designers, landscape architects, structural engineers and public artists. Public organizations as diverse as the Minnesota Historical Society/St. Anthony Main Historic District and Forecast Public Artworks, and private educational groups like Macalester College's Art Department and string trio Ensemble Capriccio, all have benefited from our skillful editorial and strategic design assistance.
PARTIAL CLIENT LIST
The Alliance for Arts In Education
Bakke Kopp Ballou & McFarland Engineers
Charles Levin Architects
College of Architecture & Landscape Architecture [University of Minnesota]
Churchward - Hopp Graphic Design
Design Center for the American Urban Landscape [University of Minnesota]
Ensemble Capriccio [String trio]
Forecast Public Artworks
Insignia! [wayfinding signage text/didactics]
Kodet Architectural Group
LEO A DALY
Macalester College, Art Department
Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, Brooks Stevens Gallery of Industrial Design
Minnesota Historical Society/St. Anthony Main Historic District
Mark Nichols, Artist Blacksmith
Peter Seitz & Assoc., Graphic Design
Weisman Art Museum [University of Minnesota]
Bruce N. Wright, FAIA, AIGA, is a trained and licensed architect with extensive experience in graphics for print, signage and packaging, writing for publication and broadcast, and has trained in theater and video production. He has written more than 300 design critiques, feature articles, design book reviews, exhibition reviews, technical papers and project analyses for local and national publications. His 27-min. video/DVD, "Ralph Rapson, A Modernist Vision" [1999/2005] on the Minnesota master architect and furniture designer, aired on KTCA-2 Public Television and played in the Weisman Art Museum and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts for the joint-museum exhibition "Ralph Rapson: Sixty Years of Modern Design," in 1999.
He is the co-author of two design monographs: Ralph Rapson: Sixty Years of Modern Design [Afton Press, 1999]; Peter Seitz: Designing a Life [MCAD, 2007], and the executive producer of "Ralph Rapson, A Modernist Vision" DVD.