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Green Butterfly Publishing has been a dream of mine for some time and brings together a number of projects that I am passionate about whilst also allowing me to grow my business portfolio into new and exciting ventures.
My background is simple, I love new places and meeting new people. I studied for a tourism degree at University and have since gone on to work in all sorts of business environments. Throughout my career, two things have remained with me. My desire for travel and my love of the North Devon stretch of coastline, Woolacombe.
In 2014 I started ‘Woolacombe & Mortehoe Voice’ a local magazine for everyone who loves this area as much as I do. Its ethos was very much to be informal and friendly. I hope I have achieved this, and to date have always received very favourable feedback. The magazine has given me an opportunity to engage with people who all have a connection to this area. The magazine has gone from strength to strength and has given me the springboard to start many new and exciting projects.
Green Butterfly Publishing aims to produce many publications in the future, all relating to travel and people. Differing in format and style, they will all continue with the same approach of engaging with the reader as a friend. It is important, if not critical to me, that people who read my publications feel part of the process. It is this personal feel that I think makes something interesting, informative and most of all personal.
Somebody very special to me once said ‘The World is Ours’, and it is this sentiment that I want to continue through everything I do. We are all part of the same thing, and for me, sharing that is important and enthralling.
I look forward to working with you in the future and welcome any ideas or feedback you may have.