As Editor, Emily is responsible for providing editorial management and direction for the Paul Mellon Centre’s research publications and is in overall charge of all of the Centre’s print publications. In collaboration with the publications team, she is also responsible for helping to shape the Centre’s broader publications strategy.

As an art editor with nearly fifteen years of experience, Emily has designed and produced a wide range of books, from biographies and architectural guides to monographs and catalogues raisonnés. In 2012, she received the British Book Design and Production Award in the exhibition catalogue category for The Search for Immortality: Tomb Treasures of Han China (produced for the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, by Yale University Press), and she has designed and produced many of the Paul Mellon Centre’s most successful publications, including Mark Laird’s A Natural History of English Gardening, Eric Shanes’s Young Mr Turner, Linda Zatlin’s catalogue raisonné of Aubrey Beardsley and Elizabeth Goldring’s Nicholas Hilliard.