Meet the Team

Larissa Trew

Larissa Trew

Publisher, Founder of Eve's Watch

What I love: Attention to detail, positive thinking, retail therapy, my wedding ring, politeness, clean crisp white sheets, huge bathrooms with big baths, dark chocolate, the first glass of wine, Icelandic liquorice candy (and dried fish, yes dried fish!), the feeling of sand beneath my feet, the anticipation of what’s around the corner, galloping on a powerful horse, our British humour and my children’s kiss attacks.

What I hate: Mediocrity, red tape, automated service centre helplines, traffic wardens, flying, reality TV, pessimism, end of holidays, lazy people, queues and saying ‘no’, ‘I shouldn’t’ or ‘just a little’.

Jane Trew

Jane Trew

Associate Publisher, Founder of Eve's Watch

What I love: Discovering new tunes (a self-confessed music geek), all things Scandinavian, lobster and Chablis, wearing flip flops, my Vespa, a mean G&T, sea and sand dunes, timeout in Iceland’s Blue Lagoon and Wikipedia quests (search one thing, two hours later amused and confused).

What I hate: Flying, inefficiency, too many people, office politics, rudeness, public speaking, noise, injustice, untidy rooms and insects while dining al fresco (why won’t they just leave me alone!).

Laura McCreddie

Laura McCreddie

Editor

What I love: That feeling of wonder and being on the cusp of something that comes with the opening paragraphs of a new book (that and Sauvignon Blanc…)

What I hate: Wilful ignorance.

Sarah Jordan

Sarah Jordan

Writer

When she's not obsessively researching the next big TV shows or musical theatre productions, Sarah is writing about luxury jewellery and watches and seeking out the best that fashion watch brands have to offer. Her prized possession is a vintage Cartier Santos, but you're more likely to spot her Henry London, Bering and Emporio Armani watches when she's dashing between meetings. Sarah's always on the hunt for the next big brand and, if she's not at her desk, she's on Instagram.

Clementine Brown

Clementine Brown

Designer

Clementine is a graphic designer who believes that good design can change the world, loves reading Postsecret on a Sunday morning then spending the rest of the day going down a Medium rabbit hole, Toms, craft beer, that a good photograph can make you want to wet your pants, sunny days in the park (with some Gruyere and wine, and a friend or two). She hates waste, repetition, and selfish ambition.

Chris Derrer

Chris Derrer

Digital Marketing

Chris is our social media and SEO guy – overseeing what we do across our social channels and working on that wizardry that makes sure we’re picked up by all of the major search engines. As a self-professed geek and comic book aficionado it was little surprise to us that when he set up his own business that it was called Super Digital! He loves Superheroes (spider-man in particular), comic books, my Les Paul guitar, The Smiths, The Walking Dead, The Cure, accents (which he thinks he can mimic), his family and mental dog Archie

Amanda Fernandez

Amanda Fernandez

Photographer

Amanda is the founder and lead artist for FerArts - a non profit arts org that support young and emerging artists through community art projects. She is also a Street Art collector, vinyl addict, speaks four languages and is an avid traveller - Madagascar is the best place she's been, so far! She also loves all things black and white, including old school photographs.

Contributors

Rebecca Struthers

Rebecca Struthers

Watchmaker

Rebecca Struthers was just 17 when she set out in the watch industry. A trained jeweller and silversmith, watchmaker and gemmologist; Rebecca’s real passion is in horological education. Awarded a PhD studentship by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, Rebecca is set to earn the first PhD in Horology in British history.

Alongside her research, Rebecca works with husband and master watchmaker Craig Struthers. The Struthers’ combine the fine art of watchmaking with the worlds of goldsmithing, engraving, enamelling and stone setting; reviving a traditional collaborative style of watchmaking which has not been practised in the UK to such a thorough extent since the end of the nineteenth century.