David Wright is a lifelong New Yorker who knows the city better than anyone. Born and raised in Brooklyn, David has been exploring the streets of New York since he was a child. He’s seen it all, from the hustle and bustle of Times Square to the quiet beauty of Central Park.

David graduated from NYU with a degree in urban planning and went on to work for the city government, helping to shape the future of New York City. He was instrumental in creating new parks, improving public transportation, and developing affordable housing initiatives. His passion for making New York City a better place to live led him to become an advocate for social justice issues such as homelessness and poverty.

In his free time, David loves to explore every corner of his beloved city. He’s visited every borough and can tell you stories about each one. He’s also an avid photographer who captures stunning images of NYC’s iconic landmarks like the Empire State Building or Grand Central Station.

David is passionate about sharing his knowledge of New York City with others and has written several books about its history and culture. He also gives lectures at universities around the country on topics related to urban planning and development.

David Wright is truly an expert on all things New York City and is dedicated to making it a better place for everyone.