Neal Shasore is the chief executive and head of school at the London School of Architecture.
An architectural historian by training, he has taught and researched at the University of Oxford and Liverpool School of Architecture, and held visiting tutor roles at the University of Cambridge and Royal College of Art. His first book, Designs on Democracy: Architecture and the Public in Interwar London, will be published by Oxford University Press this year. He is writing a new history of 66 Portland Place, headquarters of the Royal Institute of British Architects, for RIBA Publishing.
He is also a trustee of C20 (Twentieth Century) Society and the Architectural Heritage Fund, and a member of the London Festival of Architecture Advisory Committee.