Critically acclaimed, New York Times bestselling author Judith Dupré writes about art, life, and architecture. Published in 11 languages, her books are beloved by readers around the globe. Her iconic SKYSCRAPERS, first published in 1996, remains a worldwide bestseller. Above all, Judith seeks to engage and delight readers who'd like to know more about the built environment. Visit http://www.judithdupre.com
Her most recent book, ONE WORLD TRADE CENTER, tells the story of the most astonishing architectural project in recent memory. For special events, news, videos and interviews, visit http://www.onewtcbook.com
The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, among many national publications, have covered her work. Her books have been featured in dozens of holiday-gift and Top-10 lists, including those in People, Entertainment Weekly, and O, the Oprah Magazine. Radio and TV spots include ABC, CBS, PBS, BBC, History Channel, Discovery Channel, NPR, WNYC, Voice of America, and Sirius XM.
Born in Providence, RI, Dupré holds degrees from Brown and Yale Universities and studied at the Open Atelier of Design and Architecture in Manhattan. She is a 2015 National Endowment for the Humanities Public Scholar.