I’ve edited magazines and created ebooks. Check out a few examples below.
Before the internet, there were print magazines.
Relive those primitive days by browsing some of the features I contributed to IP1 Magazine between 2007 and 2011.
IP1 was a quarterly music, culture and lifestyle magazine aimed at 16-25 year-olds in Suffolk. It had a circulation of 5,000.
I worked for the magazine as a writer, deputy editor and editorial director. I commissioned features, interviews and reviews; I managed writers, photographers and designers.
As a writer at IP1 Magazine I wrote mainly about local artists, bands and social issues.
The last issue of IP1 was published in 2012.
A conversation with artist Emily Tan (issue 31)
Review of a BBC Introducing night in Ipswich (issue 28)
Find out more about IP1.
Style International Magazine
I was the editor and chief copywriter for this luxury lifestyle magazine for 6 months in 2010.
Style International was a advertorial publication promoting hotels, cars, restaurants and other aspects of high-end living.
It ran for a couple of issues, with a 3,000-circulation around London and East Anglia.
Unfortunately, there are no issues available online, but below is a flavour of features I produced.
Ebook – Guide to Broads Boating
This ebook was commissioned by a family-owned boating holiday company operating out of the Norfolk/Suffolk Broads.
The idea behind the content was to appeal to a less traditional boating audience: twentysomething groups of friends.
The ebook focused on topics that were more relevant to the target audience, such as pubs, drinking games and places to visit.
You can read the full ebook online or download The Guide To Broads Boating For Twentysomething Ship Mates (PDF, 13MB).