Joint Line Editor
My career culminated as a design manager of a group of graphic designers within a studio in Norwich whilst running two studios in London and acting as contact point for graphic design matters with the Houses of Parliament. I became a freelance graphic designer in the early 1990s and a NNR volunteer in 1994. I started in the ticket offices, then worked on the trains eventually becoming a full guard. I joined the Society in 1997 and my first involvement was the republishing of 40 Years of a Norfolk Railway. I became editor of Joint Line in the autumn of 2003 and since then have helped produce other publications for the Society – in preparation is Norfolk’s Railways 1967-1994. I have ventured into a new area, for me, with the establishment of a working example of automatic tablet exchange apparatus.