Scala’s exceptional reputation in the book trade is thanks to our team of dedicated staff. Each department is united in the goal of creating flexibility for the client while maintaining an uncompromising dedication to the high standards that make us the publisher of choice in this competitive industry.
Jenny has been MD for 7 years, with Scala for 20 and in illustrated book publishing for 30 years. She started her publishing career with Phaidon Press and went on to gain experience with several other art publishing companies. As MD for Scala, she has built the list of titles both geographically and thematically, expanding the company’s established reputation for high quality and expertise in publishing for the cultural and heritage world.
Director of Publications
Jennifer has worked in international art book publishing for over 25 years. She began her career working in sales and marketing for Abrams, Flammarion and Merrell. She has been commissioning art and illustrated books worldwide for Scala as the Director of Publications since 2000. She has been the head of the US office and all US operations since opening the New York office at the beginning of 2003.
Director of Business Development
Neil has worked in publishing for over 20 years, initially in Editorial and then in Business Development. For Scala he works on devising new publishing initiatives and is responsible for business across southern, central and eastern Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America. He also works with clients in Higher Education in the UK and US. Neil has a PhD in French and Latin literature and speaks several European languages.
Business Development Manager
Thom has been with Scala since 2017 and develops business primarily in Northern Europe and the Far East. He creates marketing initiatives for Scala’s titles and manages Scala’s trade distribution relationships. Thom has previously worked for a number of Asian companies and is fluent in Japanese.
Rosemarie has specialised in heritage publishing for 30 years. She was Sales Director and Deputy Managing Director at Pitkin Guides, and moved to Scala in 2001 where she takes care of UK cathedrals, castles and other heritage attractions.
Director of Production and Operations
Tim has over 30 years of publishing experience, starting as an estimator at William Collins in 1987, and has been the Production Director at Scala since the beginning of 2004.
Claire Young has 20 years experience in museum publishing, working at Tate Liverpool as Design and Print Officer (2000–5), and as Project Editor at the National Gallery, London (2005–18). She oversaw the production of exhibition catalogues, trade books and guides, as well as academic periodicals.