Job Vacancy_Junior Editor

RotoVision publishes a high standard of illustrated co-edition books on art, photography, craft, fashion and beauty. RotoVision has a proud reputation for quality and works with leading publishers around the world including Chronicle, Running Press, Murdoch Books, Octopus and many more. Our books are published exclusively on a co-edition basis in more than a dozen languages.

Our small and focused team is based in Brighton and we are looking for a highly motivated Junior Editor with at least two years of editorial experience. Visually minded and exceptionally well organised, the right candidate will have demonstrable editorial skills that include proofreading, copy-editing, fact checking and an unerring eye for detail.

In addition to editorial duties, this role involves liaison with our many publishing partners, freelancers, and authors, always balancing several projects at a time and working with the creative team to ensure high editorial standards are upheld.

This is an exciting opportunity to develop a prolific list in a creative environment. RotoVision had a great year in 2014 and our forward programme is hugely exciting. You will be pivotal in maintaining and driving forward the calibre of these books.

Please apply by email to Isheeta Mustafi with your CV and a brief covering email telling us about yourself, your salary expectations, and why you want this job.

Strictly no agencies; closing date 15 June 2015.

Internship Opportunities

Our Foreign Rights team have a few internship opportunities available, this is a unique chance to gain valuable insight into one of the most exciting areas of book publishing.

Paid Internship – Quarto Foreign Rights Sales, based in Brighton. (Proficiency in at least one foreign language preferable)

Duration: minimum 3 months (3-5 day/week)
Salary: National minimum wage
Start Date: Immediate

The Quarto Publishing Group, world-renowned creator of high-end illustrated books in the fields of art design, lifestyle, and reference, has a paid internship position available within the Foreign Rights Sales department, based at its Brighton office, only a 45-minute train ride from Clapham Junction.

You will be working with a well-established team of foreign rights managers responsible for the sales of international editions in over 35 languages throughout the world.  The Quarto Group is widely recognised as having one of the most dynamic, professional and proactive foreign rights divisions in international co-edition publishing. We pride ourselves on our in-depth knowledge of global publishing markets and trends. With managers in London, Brighton and Sydney, and an agent in Berlin, the Quarto Foreign Rights division brings together the energies of 30 Quarto’s foreign rights specialists and is one of the largest such departments in the publishing industry, selling 30 adults and children imprints across the Quarto Group.

We are looking for a lively, hard-working, well-motivated and internationally-minded person to gain experience of working within this dynamic international publishing organisation. You will be involved in a variety of projects touching on editorial, production, sales, customer service, book fair & sales conference organisation. Based in Brighton you will be working closely within a very friendly, small sales team. We can be flexible on the hours and the duration of the internship, but would ideally envisage 3-5 days a week and a minimum 3 month placement.

Energy, enthusiasm, attention to detail, and excellent organisational & communication skills are essential and knowledge of a foreign language would be useful. If you have ability, initiative and are an achiever, we will stretch you. This is a brilliant opportunity to intern in a vibrant, social environment with the chance to gain lots of training as soon as you get through the door.

Please apply in writing with full C.V and cover letter to: Nicole Kemble, Foreign Rights Director, RotoVision SA, Sheridan House, 114 Western Rd, Brighton & Hove, BN3 1DD. Email


Picture Perfect Social Media: Spotlight on Celine Kim

Ever wondered how your favourite bloggers get those picture perfect photos for their posts? Want to try and recreate those shots for yourself? Whether you’re looking to give your social media accounts a new look for the new year, or just trying to pep up your posts with some beautiful imagery, Jennifer Young’s fantastic book Picture Perfect Social Media has all the information you need, and more!

With a focus on practical, accessible advice this book features tonnes of helpful techniques and tips; from creating your own lightbox, to styling, to proper photography etiquette while you’re out and about. What’s more it also features an entire section on prominent international bloggers, with interviews, insights and their handy tips and tricks of the trade.

To help give you a little taster of the book we thought we’d feature a little bit about a few of the bloggers ourselves so you can learn a little more about them. This week we’ve chosen Celine Kim, wedding photographer and author of the stunning lifestyle blog Bonjour Celine:

Celine Kim is always capturing and chasing happiness behind her camera. Her career started with her personal blog Bonjour Celine! where she shared stories of her loves and interests in life, as seen through her eyes. Not long after starting her blog, she was asked to work with some of the top wedding photographers in Toronto. Since then, she has fallen in love with the process of photographing people in all aspects of their lives and now lends her unique perspective to a range of projects. She has been fortunate to work with incredibly talented folks, including those of Kinfolk, Smith Journal, Victory Patterns and Mjölk. 

Celine lives in Toronto, Canada. When she is not behind the camera, she is enjoying city life with her young family – her loving husband, her 2 year old daughter, her grumpy cat and a second addition to the family arriving early next year. 


If you’d like to see more of Celine and her work, head over to her blog or check her out in Picture Perfect Social Media!

All images © Celine Kim, Bonjour Celine.

Festive finds

After the Quarto Christmas party last night it’s fair to say we’ll all feeling much more festive in the office (if also slightly worse for wear). So to get you in the mood for the fast-approaching holiday we thought we’d do a round up of some of our favourite holiday cards, just in case you need a little inspiration.

Holiday cards by the fabulous Blanca Gomez (also featured in our wonderful new book Just Add Watercolour)

Cosy Penguin by Sophie Corrigan

Figgy Pudding by Lucy Atkinson

Twas the Night Before Christmas by Gemma Correll

Woolly Bear by Julia Pott (also featured in Freehand)

Ready, Steady, Bake

Contender’s, ready!

The sky may be grey today but the RotoVision team are feeling pretty happy as our bellies are full of delicious cupcakes. The baking gloves were off as we rolled up our sleeves to compete in today’s first ever Great Brighton Bake Off with our neighbours @Quid_Publishing and @QuintetPub.

The hungry hordes descend (winning cupcakes top left)

The standard of entries was admirably high for this week’s cupcake round, and Quintet’s Project Editor Caroline Elliker (or “Chezza Bezza”, as she’s now been christened) had the enviable task of choosing a winner. Highlights included chocolate, passion fruit and lime cupcakes, and Terry’s Chocolate Orange confections that one competitor said “tasted like M&S” (surely a compliment).

However, it was the fruitiest creations that stole the show. RotoVision’s very own ‪@ThisGirlTJ‪ stormed to a floury victory as joint star baker, with her delicious own-recipe lemon and raspberry cupcakes.

Well done, Tamsin!