Meet the team
Liz Earle Wellbeing is a quarterly magazine bursting with fresh ideas to eat well, look good and feel great.
Celebrating the best of each season, our pages are packed with everything from mouth-watering recipes made with nutritious, seasonal ingredients, to tried-and-tested health and beauty advice, ingenious ideas for your home and garden, and inspiring interviews with leading wellbeing experts.
Pick up your copy of the print edition of Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine in WH Smith, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, Co-op, Tesco, independent newsagents, or from Liz Earle Beauty Co. flagship stores or Boots counters. Or click here to subscribe and be amongst the first to receive each new issue – you’ll also receive free UK P&P, plus free access to our digital edition.
For our digital edition, head to zinio.com.
Liz Earle MBE is our Editor-in-Chief and you can read more about her publishing career in the next section, About Liz. Having founded the magazine in 2014, Liz’s trusted voice of wellbeing wisdom can be found on pretty much every page. When not reading her emails, Liz can be found on her pasture-fed organic farm feeding her chickens and egg-collecting. You can also follow Liz on her personal social media too, where you’ll find her @LizEarleMe on both Twitter and Instagram.
Ceri Moorhouse is the Editor of Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine. She’d edited six other national women’s lifestyle magazines before joining our magazine team. Combining her joint passions for top-notch content and new ways to live well, talking with the most inspiring experts in the worlds of food, health, and beauty every day is one of the best parts of her job. That and taste-testing the edible stars of our foodie photoshoots (in our best editorial interests, of course). Get in touch with her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Georgia Glynn Smith is our Creative Director and one of the world’s leading food and lifestyle photographers. She has photographed over 70 books for some of the biggest names in food, including Mary Berry, Gordon Ramsay, Nigel Slater – and, of course, our own Editor-in-Chief, Liz Earle. Georgia has an irrepressible love of food, people, gardens, and laughter, and her warmth and supportiveness on set radiates through our magazine’s pages. Contact: email@example.com
Nicky Acketts is our energetic and creative Design Director with a wealth of global experience in publishing, branded content and corporate design. She brings us her experience gained at flagship design houses including Condé Nast and Time Inc. A natural collaborator, Nicky sells us her ideas for smart and stunning layouts with style and passion, and brings together all our efforts crafting the beautifully designed pages of Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Emma Winterschladen is our Food Editor. She’s long been interested in all things delicious – a passion that grew from spending a childhood eagerly shadowing her Mum in the kitchen. She’s one of our Wellbeing veterans, having been on the team since the first magazine launched, and is now in charge of all our food content – from commissioning recipes to interviewing prominent people in the food world, as well as feature and recipe writing. She’s also a self-confessed bibliophile and doubles up as our Books Editor. Follow her on Instagram @hungryromantic or email her at email@example.com
Lily Earle is the Digital Editor at Liz Earle Wellbeing. A teacher turned techie who has found a love for communicating through all forms of digital media. Another Wellbeing old-timer who joined the team when the magazine was just going to be a ‘one off’ digital download, Lily now manages all our digital content and strategy across our website, social media platforms, podcasts as well as shooting and editing much of our film content. She also writes beauty articles for Liz Earle Wellbeing (along with regular columns in E1 Life magazine and Evening Standard online) and has a long-standing passion for positive beauty and the importance of looking after ourselves on the inside as well as the outside. You can follow her on Instagram @lilyearlelondon or email her about any digital related brand enquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bethany Spottiswood is part of our Digital Communications Team. She ran her own floral design company for three years and realised the power of plants stretches far beyond their aesthetic qualities into food, beauty and wellbeing, but also that digital design, branding and marketing were where her real passion lay. She worked as a digital art worker for a luxury ladies club in Belgravia before moving to Liz Earle Wellbeing and now heads up our email marketing and communications content. Email her at email@example.com
Sorcha Bradley is our editorial intern at Liz Earle Wellbeing. A recent graduate from the University of Bristol, Sorcha spent two (rather stressful) years as news editor of the award-winning student newspaper and was also shortlisted for a few awards herself. She’s now found her oasis of calm at the Wellbeing Studios, where she is responsible for its day-to-day running – which can include anything from baking oat balls to assisting on shoots, and quite a bit of copy writing, too. Your first point of call for any general enquiries, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Polly Beard is our Commercial & Brand Director. With a varied career working with many, many different companies over the years, plus stints as a bestselling author, events guru, a columnist for The Times and even an auctioneer, she has been at Liz Earle Wellbeing since its launch in 2013 and at Liz’s side ever since. Always on the lookout for new partnerships and ensuring each and everyone of Liz’s projects run like clockwork, she’s your first port of call about working with Liz or the Wellbeing brand. Email her at email@example.com
Harriet Dyball is the PR and Press Manager. With a background in advising government agencies and a diverse range of companies from John Lewis to Ella’s Kitchen, Harriet is perfectly placed to raise the profile of the Wellbeing brand. Having a keen eye for the next media opportunity for Liz Earle Wellbeing, she’s your point of contact for all media enquiries. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bobby Goulding, Director of Pavilion Films, is our favourite filming DOP. He brings all our magazines to life. Whether capturing Liz out in the fields of her West Country farm or documenting the action behind the scenes on our Studios shoots, Bobby creates many of our inspiring and much-viewed videos. Contact: email@example.com
Harry Trevithick is a freelance sound engineer who specialises in post-production and sound effects. Each week he works with our Digital Communications Team to record, edit and produce the Wellness with Liz Earle audio magazine podcast and assists Georgia and Bobby on photo and video shoots. When Harry isn’t at the Wellbeing studios, he works at The Farm Group studios in Soho, or on other freelance film projects around the country. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Basil is the Wellbeing wonder dog and office cheerleader. One of the newest additions to the Wellbeing team, and adopted by Lily from Battersea Dogs Home, Basil has learnt the ropes and jumped into her roles as chief floor cleaner after our food photoshoots and nature walk leader when the team need a break from their laptop screens. Basil loves cuddles from all members of the team and considers herself a well-trained lap dog. She is a natural-born leaf chaser, flower smeller and lover of the outdoors. You can follow her adventures on Instagram @botanical_baz.