Justine Harvey is Architecture New Zealand magazine’s new editor

Justine Harvey is a New Zealander who has recently returned from the UK. Justine has over 14 years experience in journalism and has worked as a freelance journalist specialising in the arts and culture for international publications.

Justine has managed events and exhibitions across international media and has promoted exhibits at leading arts and architectural industry events, including the Venice Biennale 2008 and 2010. Her previous roles include leading global firm Arup’s corporate press team and editing A², Arup’s client magazine. Justine has also worked in the communications team for architecture practice Richard Rogers Partnership (now Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners).

The November 2011 issue of Architecture New Zealand will be Justine’s first edition.

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