James Crawford is a writer and broadcaster, and the publisher at Historic Environment Scotland. Born in the Shetlands in 1978, he studied History and Philosophy of Law at the University of Edinburgh, winning the Lord President Cooper Memorial Prize. James’s first major work of non-fiction was the critically-acclaimed ‘Fallen Glory: The Lives and Deaths of the World’s Greatest Lost Buildings’ which was shortlisted for the Saltire Non-Fiction Book of the Year Award. He has previously written a number of photographic books, including ‘Above Scotland’, ‘Victorian Scotland’, ‘Scotland’s Landscapes’, and ‘Aerofilms: A History of Britain from Above’. In 2018 he scripted and presented ‘Scotland From the Sky’ a landmark, three-part BBC One documentary series. He lives in Edinburgh.