When publishers employed subs on a grander scale, Kate was a regular on the day-shift subbing circuit for business magazines, and has worked for all the major magazine houses and for a wide variety of publications. Now she offers those skills remotely from our office.
She is experienced in subbing, proof-reading, designing and laying out pages, passing for print and acting as chief sub-editor or production editor. She has dealt with all kinds of contributors, from respected journalists to well-meaning amateurs or industry experts.
Between August 2007 and December 2008, Kate was special projects editor for Building magazine. The job involved editing, commissioning and passing for press contract publishing supplements for a range of construction clients, including Balfour Beatty, Mace, Corus and Argent.
Magazines, reports and briefings
Wheal Associates’ office is fully equipped with Adobe Creative Suite running on Apple Macs and we can produce supplements or brochures to print-ready PDFs.
We also have access to designers, printers, repro houses and photo libraries.
Wheal Associates’ regular projects include subbing and designing a monthly magazine and briefings for the Healthcare Financial Management Association; producing Channel Islands business and finance magazine Businesslife every two months; subbing quarterly magazine The Pensioner for members of the Civil Service Pensioners’ Alliance; and editing and producing FIS Focus, a biannual magazine for office interiors specialist FIS.
In addition, Kate produces reports for commercial clients, such as the City of London Corporation.
My first project this year is producing new-look costing guidance for my longest standing client, the HFMA (Healthcare Financial Management Association). I’ve been subbing and laying out the HFMA’s members magazine, Healthcare Finance, and associated briefings since January 2002. Now, 13 Januarys on, I’m applying the association’s new corporate branding Read more…