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Easy DIY announces new editor

7 Jan 2013 09:51
Easy DIY is pleased to announce that Angela Richardson, founder of Seed Creative Projects, has been appointed editor of Easy DIY from the winter issue of 2013 (on sale May 2013).
Easy DIY announces new editorRichardson has many years of magazine experience and most recently she has also been involved in a wide range of creative projects together with the Seed team, ranging from online content creation, innovative strategic marketing solutions and visual productions. Her love of food grew as editor of Food & Home Entertaining and Taste magazines, while her passion for innovation and marketing grew when she held the position of both group creative director and publisher at Caxton Magazines.

Richardson says, "Having always loved crafting things and following new technologies, I can't wait to get stuck in, and together with the team bring readers the latest DIY and MIY (make-it-yourself) innovations, trends and technologies helping them to improve not only the value but the look-and-feel of their homes as well."

Easy DIY is a quarterly magazine published by Wag the Dog.
    
 
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