I am enthusiastic about books and reading. I have enjoyed helping established and first-time authors to finesse their work.
I started my career working at Penguin Books and the independent publishing house I.B. Tauris. Later, I worked for the Royal Academy of Arts Magazine and Time Out Guides. Then I held a role as a production editor on the international architecture magazine, The Architectural Review. I have done editorial work for Carlton Books, the Do Book Company, John Wiley & Sons, Lund Humphries, Phaidon Press and Yale University Press. Please scroll down to see a selection of books on which I have worked as a copy editor in my portfolio.
While I enjoy collaboration, I have focused on editing non-fiction books in the subject areas of the fine arts, business, the environment, general history and travel. As a published art writer, I can empathise with the challenges that authors face. I am adept at using Adobe InDesign and Microsoft Word track changes for editing manuscripts and proofs. I understand how to use BSI proof-correction marks with a keen eye for detail. As a copy editor and a proofreader, I take great care to produce a high quality outcome. Happy reading!
- Master of Arts in Literature and Visual Culture
I have worked for Carlton Books, the Do Book Company, Earthscan, Frieze, John Wiley and Sons, Laurence King, Lund Humphries, Phaidon Press, the Serpentine Gallery, Tate Publishing, Time Out Guides and Yale University Press.
I've collaborated with André Deutsch (part of Carlton), Do Books, I.B. Tauris, Laurence King, Merrell Publishers, O-SB Design, Phaidon Press, the Royal Academy of Arts Magazine, Wallpaper* City Guides and Wiley.