Winter is coming!

Cooler climes have arrived and winter is nearly here (in two days, to be precise). There’s nothing else for it. It’s time to jump aboard a yacht of your dreams and dive head first into life-affirming adventure. The 2018/19 issue of FRASER gives you a little taste of what to expect when you arrive…

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Sneak preview…

The September 2017 issue of Natural Beauty News is just days away from the printers, so here is a little sneak preview. Stunning art deco-inspired illustration from the highly talented in-house design team, and intriguing content on the latest in eco luxe beauty…

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The presses are rolling…

The words have been written, the images collated, the proofs are approved and the presses are now rolling on volume 12, issue 1 2017 of SuperYacht Industry – the first issue with me as Editor. It’s always a proud moment.

Due to be delivered on 4 April, it’s the first of four editions out this year, so if you have any industry related news – yacht launches, milestone anniversaries, ground-breaking releases – be sure to drop me a line, and get it covered with SuperYacht Industry.

NEW! Editor of SuperYacht Industry

The best way to start off a new year is with a new role, preferably as the newly appointed freelance Editor of SuperYacht Industry!

Published by Yellow & Finch, it is a distinguished quarterly trade magazine read by the world’s leading superyacht charterers and brokers, as well as select owners. Editorial coverage includes technical innovations, designs and products that propel this high-end market.

I am over the moon to be joining such a fabulous team at the Netherlands-based publishing house from the sunny shores of Hove!

Making a splash

It’s here, issue 44 of Sunseeker magazine!

I’m so proud to have worked on this beautiful publication as the acting editor and editorial project manager – such a wealth of creative skill on display from the writing and design to photography and artworking.

And the impressive front cover featuring an image by talented photographer James Meakin looks even more stunning in the flesh.

Well done team!