Lucy Taylor started her career in magazines in London in 1990 and worked on a number of magazines including Sugar before moving to Dublin in 1996.

As a freelance journalist Lucy has been Deputy Editor of U magazine, and became Editor of Woman’s Way, Ireland’s only weekly women’s magazine in 1999.

In 2003 Lucy was the launch editor of EasyFood magazine.

Since then Lucy has written for the following publications:


  • The Irish Times
  • The Irish Examiner
  • The Irish Independent
  • Sunday Independent
  • Modern Mum magazine
  • Maternity & Infant magazine
  • Women Mean Business magazine
  • ShelfLife magazine
  • Prudence magazine
  • You & Your Money magazine
  • The White Pages
  • Dublin/Cork/Western Informer
  • House magazine
  • Select magazine
  • Women out Working magazine
  • South East Wedding magazine
  • Planet Syndication
 


Her editorial clients have included:

  • Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland (ICAI)
  • Health Research Board
  • Dynamics PR
  • Refugee Information Service (RIS)
  • Tallaght Hospital
  • Irish Cancer Society
  • An Post
  • IBOA – Irish Banking Officers Ass
  • Focus Ireland
  • NOffLA
  • Bird’s Eye
  • Glenisk
  • BBC
  • Poolbeg Press
  • Mercier Press
  • The Educational Company of Ireland (Edco)

 

 

She has also edited and produced the following publications:

  • ‘A Flavour of Ireland’ for Tesco – in Irish Independent
  • ‘Ireland’s National Heritage’ for The Heritage Council – in Irish Independent
  • ‘Springtime in Clare’ – in Irish Independent
  • ‘LUAS – one year on’ for the Railway Procurement Agency – in Irish Independent
  • ‘Think Pink!’ 16pp supplement, in the RTÉ Guide, for Irish Cancer Society
  • 24pp wine supplement to Sunday Independent, for NOffLA

Other writing projects include:

  • Skillswise at work, BBC magazine and website
  • Freshways trade sales brochure, for Enterprise IG, Global Brand Agency
  • Overnight newsletters at the World Cancer Conference (UICC), for the Irish Cancer Society
  • ‘Birds Eye – Finding the natural balance’, 48pp nutrition book, for Ogilvy Advertising Agency