Currently a freelance editor, writer and consultant, lifestyle journalism tutor and occasional video presenter, I was previously digital editor at Condé Nast Traveller for almost five years, as well as insight and strategy editor at GQ, editor of Time Out Dubai and Time Out Style, acting features editor at Time Out London, and launch editor of Time Out Tokyo’s first print magazine. I* have written and edited features on all sorts of subjects for all sorts of magazines, newspapers and websites. These include publications such as The Telegraph, The Times, The Guardian, Mail on Sunday and VICE. I have worked as assistant editor on Dorling Kindersley’s New York Times bestseller and Design Week editorial award-winning book Pick Me Up, as well as deputy editor on’s first print magazine. In the Middle East, I have contributed a regular column to Esquire, and written for Harper’s Bazaar, Grazia and Men’s Fitness, among others. I have also been the main video presenter for and represented the brand on local TV and radio, including on BBC World and bi-weekly on Virgin Radio.

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*Pseudonyms include Jenny Childs (my mother’s maiden name), Kate Douglas (my sister’s name), Alex Richardson (which sounds a bit like my husband’s name), Kayti Chaudhuri (a friend’s name) and Lucy Morgan (for absolutely no reason at all).



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