About

I have 15 years of editorial experience in the publishing industry, working with clients in the UK, Ireland, the United States and elsewhere to perfect projects, be they illustrated institutional histories, non-fiction trade publications, novels or anything in-between.

 

Qualifications

Member of the Association of Freelance Editors, Proofreaders and Indexers (AFEPI)

Master’s Degree in English from University College London (2010)

Interim Publishing Director of Third Millennium Publishing in London (February–June 2016)

Recipient of a 2015 Literature Bursary Award from the Arts Council (Ireland)

 

Former clients include

Merton College, Oxford (UK)

The European Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg (France)

The Grange School, Santiago (Chile)

Revenue (Ireland)

The Bush Theatre, London (UK)

Insurance Institute of Ireland

Dubai College (United Arab Emirates)

Blackrock College (Ireland)

Methodist College Belfast (UK)

 

Recent titles include

Write to the Point: How to be Clear, Correct and Persuasive on the Page, Sam Leith (Profile Books)

De Valera: Rise 1882–1932, David McCullagh (Gill Books)

That’s the Way the Cookie Crumbles: The Americanisation of English, Matthew Engel (Profile Books)

Letti Park, Judith Hermann (Clerkenwell Press)

Mr Brennan’s Book of Household Management, Francis Brennan (Gill Books)

I, Maybot: The Rise and Fall, John Crace (Guardian Faber)

Rogues’ Gallery: A History of Art and its Dealers, Philip Hook (Profile Books)

The Price You Pay, Aidan Truhen (Serpent’s Tail)

Coming Home: One Man’s Return to the Irish Language, Michael McCaughan (Gill Books)

The Ascent: Sean Kelly, Stephen Roche and the Rise of Irish Cycling’s Golden Generation, Barry Ryan (Gill Books)

Rave On: Global Adventures in Electronic Dance Music, Matthew Collin (Serpent’s Tail)

On the Move, Charles Hindlip, former Chairman of Christie’s International (Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers)

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