Holly Cochrane is a food stylist and recipe writer based in London. Originally working in the camera department of the film and TV industry, Holly later turned her love of food and cooking into a career. She now splits freelance life between working as a food stylist for print and cookery shows, and as a focus puller and camera operator on commercials, films and dramas.
Sarah Birks is a freelance Art Director and prop stylist specialising in food content. With a background in fine art, a Bachelor degree in graphic design, and an insatiable appetite for all things food, she worked on food titles for ten years before moving into the freelance world at the start of 2015.
We’re delighted to share these tips from Janice Rayment, who has been indexing for over five years. Before she started indexing, she worked in finance, and later in the horticultural industry. She creates both standalone and embedded indexes (principally in Adobe InDesign). Janice is currently Vice Chair and Finance Director for the Society of Indexers.
We asked freelancer Simon Toseland to provide some tips for people looking to start a ghostwriting career. Simon has worked in the broadcast media, in publishing, with charities, and as an author, a freelance writer and editor.
Paul Sellars is a freelance copywriter specialising in cover copy in the publishing industry. He works with clients including HarperCollins, Penguin and whitefox.
Do you have a friend or loved one nearing the end of their writing project? Are you yourself in the editing stages of your novel?
We’ve teamed up with some of our most experienced editors to offer you the opportunity to buy an Editorial Report this Christmas.
Unsung Heroes 2017 It’s that time of year again: time to spread goodwill and show some appreciation for your favourite colleagues, freelancers and employees. After last year’s inaugural vote, we […]
We spoke to Jemima Hunt, an editor & literary agent at The Writers’ Practice. She represents authors of fiction and non-fiction, including two Sunday Times bestsellers, and has three books in development for film and television. She is a visiting tutor in creative writing at Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford. Spring 2017 sees the launch of a new six-week novel writing course at Oxford’s Story Museum, which she has co-founded with writer & broadcaster, Charlie Lee-Potter. More details available here http://oxfordwritingtable.com
We asked whitefox freelancer Emma Graves to share some pieces of advice for aspiring cover designers. She has a decade’s worth of experience working in-house in traditional publishing and has hundreds of commercial covers under her belt.