Hello! I'm Micheal Wright and I have been a Wikipedian since 2012. My objective is to assist in making Wikipedia a trustworthy and reliable source of information.
What I do
I first joined Wikipedia under the username F1fan1000 on 9 April 2012 before I created my current account on 5 July 2012 which was called Z105space. On 11 July 2016, I assumed my current name MWright96. In my early days I was also an frequent contributor to Wikimedia Commons. Currently I am active in the sports area (primarily motor racing and anything related to the Summer Olympic Games), and occasionally I have made minor edits to articles on a wide variety of topics. My reasoning for working on motorsport is because it is my main area of interest and upon looking at the amount of coverage it received at GA and FA I was dismayed.
Outside of the field I took part in the Awaken the Dragon edit-a-thon between February and April 2016 where I contributed to expanding coverage of Wales and later participated in The Africa Destubathon. I am currently taking part in The UK and Ireland 10,000 Challenge and The Europe 10,000 Challenge. I am a member of Women in Red, whose aim is to reduce Wikipedia's content gender gap.
Most of my work is either started or expanded in sandboxes (which I call drafts). Some of it is translated from other Wikipedias. Furthermore I am a occasional reviewer of good article nominations and am open to comment at Peer Review or FAC. My philosophy regarding Wikipedia is all featured articles should have an opportunity to be shown on the main page, and every topic should be covered comprehensively.