Deborah Singerman

Sydney Australia

Over 25 years Australian and international experience as a writer, editor, proof reader, content developer and manager. From concept to detail, Deborah works with building, design and sustainability businesses to share their story and experience.

Includes news; features; web stories; 80 - 250 plus page books; structural and copy editing; proofing, liaison with corporate and academic experts and journalists, designers and production teams. Devises themes; commissions editorial and design teams; completes product, technical and socio-economic and cultural guides for business-to-business, government and not-for-profit organisations. Titles include Australia’s Nobel Laureates; Melbourne: Global Smart City - urban design to transport, IT, food and art; Sustainable Nation – managing Australia’s future; To Build a Nation; Rebuilding the Nation and Transforming the Nation's Healthcare

Contributed publications such as Indesign, DQ, Architectural Review. Domain, NSW Architecture Bulletin, National Safety Magazine, Innovative Household; Futurarc, Australia-China Connections, in-flight, hotel and corporate magazines, the Sydney Morning Herald, GriffithREVIEW, Eureka Street and the National Times


Editor: Thought-leader Transformative: the architecture of work culture, digital publication on history of office workplaces, designs, construction and future ideas. For BVN Donovan Hill architecture firm; Mental Health Council of Australia, consulting editor of Perspectives on Mental Health and Wellbeing - editorial guidance and style to non-specialist writers who are experts in their field

Editor-in-chief: Interacting with the city: people and participation in the modern age;working with commentators, journalists, administrators, personalities and quiet achievers; will cover capital, regional, local cities; function and design; planning and infrastructure, art and architecture, business and technology, words and the visual, personal and political; work, spaces and places

Journalist and writer: Acoustics – products and design; Structural flooring – BPN; Sydney Design Hub; Hospital design; Liveable bathrooms – architecture & design website; quotas, boards and diversity – Australian Architecture Assocation website; national transport regulators – Rebuilding the Nation 2013; poem in Oxford Street Disappearing,The Red Book Company; aged care for Transforming the Nation's Healthcare

  • Work
    • Runs her own communications busines
  • Education
    • B SC Economics (Sociolgy), LSE; MA Australian Studies (UNSW)