Founder and chairman
Rupert Morris has written speeches, articles, brochures, reports and books for business clients for more than 20 years. He founded Clarity in 1997. As well as providing writing services, Rupert developed Clarity’s training programme of writing course and workshops and individual executive coaching.
He was a reporter on The Times and The Daily Telegraph before writing his first book, Tories (Mainstream 1991). In 1995 he helped to set up The Week, of which he was associate editor till 2004.
Rupert contributes articles about good writing to daily newspapers such as the Financial Times and he has two books out in paperback: The Right Way to Write (Piatkus 1999) and Business Writing (Orion 1999).
In his spare time, Rupert conducts non-religious weddings and funerals.