The right people for your publication.
While Chameleon Media is a young company, we are able to draw on an incredible pool of talent that have worked with some of the biggest names in UK and international business. Our team’s clients have included:
- Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets
- CMS Cameron McKenna
- Barclays Stockbrokers
- Cater Allen Private Bank
- JP Morgan
- Alexander Forbes
- Ernst & Young
- And many, many more…
Having such a large roster of people available means we are always able to allocate the best fit for your project. Some of our key team members are:
Nick Kirby – Editorial Director
Nick has 12 years’ experience in contract publishing and has launched numerous titles for major clients such as Barclays Stockbrokers, Lloyds Private Bank, Quilter Private Bank and JP Morgan to name but a few. He enjoys working closely with clients in order to deliver a finished product that not only
is a great read and looks fabulous, but also communicates key messages in the most effective way.
Sharon Gethings – Editor/copywriter
Sharon has been an editor and writer for more than 20 years. Currently freelance, her last full-time job was Editorial Director of a London customer publishing agency. She has also edited national newsstand magazines, worked for newspapers including The Guardian and the Evening Standard, and magazines including Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan. Brands she has launched comms programmes for include Barclays, ITV, KPMG and Ernst & Young. She has also written for companies including Swarovski, Tate Modern, LloydsTSB and BUPA. Areas of special interest include business, health, the arts and travel. Sharon enjoys good food and fine wines when she has the time!
Rachel Creane – Art Director
Rachel has worked with some of London’s leading contract publishing agencies, producing magazines for CMS Cameron McKenna, Ernst & Young and Lloyds of London among others. Not only does she have an amazing eye, she is able to slate often complex subjects into visually arresting layouts.
She is also very brand aware and can work within rigid guidelines or incorporate brand cues where required.