Meet the team
Editor • Saffia Farr
Saffia started her working life as a City lawyer before moving to Egypt then Kyrgyzstan with her water-engineer husband. She now lives in the Bristol area and is mum to three children. Her involvement with JUNO started in 2009 when she had an article published about her experience of ante-natal care in Kyrgyzstan. She became editor in 2011. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sub-Editor • Alice Ellerby
Alice lives in Bristol with her wife and daughters. Alongside working for JUNO, she is studying for an MA in Writing for Young People. Before taking up writing, Alice worked as an aerialist and she is now writing a children’s book set in the circus.
Design • Rosalind Howard
Rosalind is a designer living and working in Bristol. As well as designing JUNO magazine, she loves handmade crafts, upcycling projects and spending time outdoors. rosalindhoward.com and on Instagram @rosalind86
Design & Marketing • Jess Stephens
Alongside her work at JUNO, Jess is an oil painter and mixed media artist, inspired by wild landscapes, old trees and ancient tracks. She also loves sea swimming, gardening and long walking adventures! On Instagram @jesshazel
Marketing Team • Jo Haycock
Jo is a documentary photographer exploring the relationships within families and social communities. She’s a regular contributor to JUNO with her family stories. She lives with her partner and their daughter in Monmouthshire, South Wales. When they’re not renovating their home, they enjoy family adventures in their trusty old camper van. johaycockphotography.co.uk and on Instagram @johaycock
Support Team • Joanne Osborne
Joanne lives in Bristol with her husband Colin of 32 years. She has 2 grown up children, and loves spending time with the family and looking after her grandchildren.
Proofreading Team • Lucy Shrimpton
Specialising in France, Lucy is a freelance travel content writer who also loves translating and proofreading. Three teens at home keep her busy as do some self-indulgent moments reading, rambling and (fair-weather) wild swimming. On Twitter @ShrimpStylo