George Clarke

Architect and television presenter

George Clarke, architect and TV presenter, and one of Shelter's commissioners for social housing

George Clarke is an architect and tv presenter. He set up an independent television production company, Amazing Productions, to focus on factual programming for all the main UK broadcasters. George also enjoys lecturing and is passionate about the way architecture can transform our everyday lives. His aim is to make architecture popular and accessible to everyone. George is an ambassador for Shelter, Maggie's Centres, The Prince’s Foundation for Building Community, Sir John Soane Museum, and City & Country Group. George is also a patron of Knights Youth Centre, the Civic Trust Awards, and a passionate supporter of Sunderland Football Club – so much so that he is a trustee of The Foundation of Light. Most recently, George became a founding trustee of the Ministry of Building Innovation & Education (MOBIE), a charity working to address the skills shortage in the housebuilding industry.

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