Editorial Team

Meet the editorial team at Uncommonly, the London-based creative agency and publishing house
that publishes Days Like This

 

Gill Morgan

 

Gill Morgan
Editor

Gill edited The Times Magazine for 12 years and launched The Times Luxx as Executive Editor. She has worked as a Consultant Editor at BBC Magazines and Mumsnet before launching Uncommonly as a founding partner. Her previous projects have included a book for Soho House, a bi-monthly magazine for Goodwood – and launching and editing Days Like This.  Gill is a winner of the Editors’ Editor Award given by the British Society of Magazine Editors.

 

 

 

Sara Redhead
Designer

Sara was development creative director for the launch of Grazia UK and then consultant for Mondadori International for the title’s global expansion. Sara subsequently art directed Times Luxx and Harpers Bazaar Art, and has consulted for The White Company and Anna Valentine Couture. She was co-founder and creative director of the innovative digital platform The Pool, and is creative director of Uncommonly.

 

 

James Collard

 

James Collard
Associate editor

James edited Attitude in London and Out magazine in New York before becoming Editor of The Times Luxx and Style Director of The Times Magazine. He writes about luxury, style, travel and watches for The New York Times, The Telegraph and Condé Nast Traveller.

 

damon

 

Damon Syson
Sub-editor

Damon Syson has been a freelance writer and sub-editor for over 20 years, contributing to a wide range of titles, including the Mail on Sunday, Observer Magazine, Wallpaper*, Living Etc and Marie Claire. He has interviewed hundreds of celebrities, written on topics ranging from nuclear power stations to Savile Row suits, and worked as a copywriter for brands such as Absolut, Belstaff and Heal’s.

 

Sarah Glyde

 

Sarah Glyde
Project manager

Sarah has extensive experience in luxury sales, marketing, branding and partnerships.  She has worked at Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Christie's and Kiwi Collection, before joining Uncommonly.