EDITOR/PUBLISHER: SEBASTIAN SCOTNEY
Sebastian is responsible for the running of the site and commissioning written and recorded material. He is the primary contact for general enquiries and subscription to the LondonJazz newsletter mailing list. Sebastian founded the site in 2009. He works in the Musicbase at Kings Place in London.
COMMISSIONING EDITOR, REVIEWS: CATHERINE FORD
Catherine co-ordinates our reviewing activity. She is the first point of contact for CD review requests which are circulated to our reviewer panel
ADVERTISING: ROMY SUMMERS
We offer a strictly limited number of advertising spaces which also include raising social media profile and feature opportunities. Romy deals with advertisers, and co-ordinates and schedules. Romy is an experienced live music marketer, and the timing of our adverts, prize draws and features is discussed with each advertiser to maximise impact. NB the reviewing activity is autonomous and reviews are never offered as part of any advertising package.
EDITORIAL CONSULTANT: PETER BACON
Peter joined the team in December 2016, having formerly blogged at thejazzbreakfast.wordpress.com. From 2020 he is restricting his involvement to nattering on the telephone with Sebastian (which he enjoys very much) plus very occasional writing and sub-editing.
EDITORIAL COVER: LEAH WILLIAMS, ROB EDGAR
Three further members of the contributing team are involved with editing:
Rob Edgar and Leah Williams.
Leah does a regular sub-editing stint, and Rob is also responsible for production of the weekly e-newsletter.
ASSISTANT EDITOR: CHARLIE REES
Saxophonist/arranger Charlie Rees is a current student on the B.Mus course at the Royal Academy of Music, writes features, previews and news stories.
eCRM CONSULTANT: NADJA von MASSOW
We work digitally across several channels, so Nadja keeps a watchful eye on us from up in her helicopter.
MONIKA S. JAKUBOWSKA
CHRIS PARKER (books only)
JOHN L WALTERS
Thank you all so much for your efforts. Love whizzing through LZN every week. Keep up the great work.
A Ronnie's member.
Thanks to the anonymous commenter who pointed out an out of date link for The Bulls Head – this has been amended