Claire Neesham is an experienced editor and writer who has worked internationally in academic and popular publishing for over 20 years. For the past ten years she has worked exclusively in academic publishing undertaking a variety of tasks. Currently, Claire works as an assistant editor on a history of science journal and helps individual academics improve the language aspect of articles before submission to journals in a variety of fields spanning philosophy, art history, archeology,history, intermedia/hypermedia studies and education. Her personal interests lie on the boundaries of art/science and technology and she has a specific interest in dance/movement and education. Prior to working with individual academics at institutions in Northern Europe, Claire worked as a regular copy-editor and proofreader for Taylor & Francis journals and Blackwell Wiley. She has also worked as a journalist in the UK and Hong Kong when she wrote regularly for the business and national press on technology-related topics. She also held the position of Applied Sciences Editor on the weekly popular science magazine 'New Scientist' for several years. During her career, Claire has worked on many different kinds and styles of copy ranging from academic books to popular articles and brochure copy. She has even worked briefly as a researcher on a weekly health-related TV show and organized sciart conferences for a major London exhibition space. She is, therefore, confident working in multiple media and correcting copy for presentations, blogs and web pages as well as more formal academic article and book chapter material. She is also happy to work on long-term projects as well as one off jobs.