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Seamus Geoghegan

MANAGING DIRECTOR

Since founding Eye to Eye Media in 2009, Seamus has led the team in a variety of successful print and digital launches, winning many prestigious client accounts. He brings more than 30 years’ consumer and client publishing experience to the board table, including overseeing brands such as BBC Good Food and Gardeners’ World as director of lifestyle and multimedia at BBC Worldwide.

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Adrienne Moyce

PUBLISHING DIRECTOR

Adrienne has been building expert teams to create the right content, at the right time, for the right platform since she co-founded Eye to Eye Media in 2009. As a former commercial director at IPC Media’s home group – and with a strong background in content publishing – she has helped us develop many print and digital brands, while managing our client partnerships as account director.

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Karen Barnes

EDITORIAL DIRECTOR, DELICIOUS

With a lifelong passion for cooking, Karen relishes leading the editorial team at delicious. Her broad experience across the food industry keeps the award-winning brand constantly evolving, in print, online and via social media. Her former roles include being head of the renowned Good Housekeeping Institute, where she also launched the Good Housekeeping Food Awards.

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Naomi Lowe

HEAD OF DESIGN

Naomi is an award-winning art director and design thinker who heads up our talented design team. Cutting her design teeth on the iconic Smash Hits magazine she has led the design vision for many brands including Tesco, Condé Nast, more! and Woman. She doesn’t just answer the brief, but breaks boundaries of visual storytelling – bringing brands to life while always being firmly anchored in commerciality.

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Debbie Codd

SENIOR PROJECTS EDITOR

Debbie’s wide experience spans consumer titles from Ideal Home to Woman’s Journal, plus editing client publications for Asda, George, EE, Next, LighterLife, Hobbycraft and Savilles. As senior projects editor she excels in translating any brief into effective, targeted content.

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Caroline Sanders

SENIOR PROJECTS EDITOR

Since starting out on Which? magazine, Caroline has specialised in branded content for many years, editing and managing publications for companies including Waitrose, John Lewis, Debenhams, Argos, The Dorchester Hotel and Butlins. She enjoys working closely with clients to produce engaging content that works.

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Vic Grimshaw

HEAD OF DIGITAL

A skilled product developer and content strategist, Vic’s previous experience includes BBC Good Food and UKTV Food, plus Top Gear, Lonely Planet, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Facebook and the United Nations. She oversees deliciousmagazine.co.uk, our social media accounts, digital and app development.

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Jen Bedloe

FOOD DIRECTOR

For 15 years, Jen has created mouthwatering recipes and food photography for the UK’s biggest publications and websites. She worked as food director at Time Inc. UK before moving to Eye to Eye to lead the food team.

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Jake Hopkins

PRODUCTION DIRECTOR

Responsible for all elements of the production process, including print and paper buying, and sourcing digital platforms, Jake has a wealth of experience and keeps Eye to Eye at the cutting edge of print and digital technologies.

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Darren Blundy

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

Heading up the financial arm of the business, Darren supports the team from a reporting, analysis and strategic perspective. With many years’ experience in a variety of sectors, from publishing and events to e-commerce and marketing information, he has the financial and commercial expertise to match the diversity of the Eye to Eye Media portfolio.

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Jo Sandilands

EDITORIAL DIRECTOR

Jo’s multi-media experience in journalism and broadcasting makes her ideal to consult on consumer, digital and client publishing. After honing her editing skills at The Observer Magazine and Woman, she became programme director at Capital Radio. A move to television included arts, news and documentaries – she was editor of Kilroy – before she returned to publishing and joined Eye to Eye Media.