About

Welcome to storybuilding!
My name is Tatum Taylor, and I am a writer and preservationist. I spent my first eighteen years in the same red brick house in Houston, Texas, an experience which instilled in me a guiding sense of place. Afterward, I attended Randolph-Macon Woman’s College in Lynchburg, Virginia, including an architecture-filled year in Reading, UK. In 2009, I received an honors degree in English with an emphasis in creative writing, and for the next year, I worked as an education coordinator at the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting in Washington, DC. This work further fostered in me a passion for communicating untold stories, which I now aim to apply in preserving the heritage contained in our built environment. In 2012, I graduated with a master’s degree in Historic Preservation from Columbia University, where I wrote my thesis on the challenges of interpreting sites related to underdocumented communities. I am currently living in Toronto and working as a planner at a heritage architecture firm.

For more information about what I have done and what I am doing, see my CV: http://www.linkedin.com/in/tatumataylor

Follow me on Twitter: @heritagewriter

If you have any questions or comments, I would love to hear from you: tatumtaylor(at)gmail(dot)com

Note: Unless otherwise cited, all photograph credits: Tatum A. Taylor.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. My darling daughter, you have been writing since you were around five years old. I have always thought that you have a beautiful way with words. I still have the first poem that you wrote. I am so very proud of you.

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