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04 March 2015
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Who's who at FM World magazine:

Martin Read is managing editor of FM World. He has more than twenty years’ experience in B2B publishing. As well as a full range of editorial workflow skills, from research and subbing to feature and report writing, he has an aptitude for the editor’s ambassadorial role. Currently, he is concentrating on editorial project management skills having spent two years developing business for one of the country’s leading (yet somehow criminally unsung) small business publishers. This has included writing tenders and working with some of the country’s largest membership organisations.

As well as magazine experience, Martin has chaired roundtable meetings, hosted awards dinners and developed presentations. He has also developed the editorial aspect of two new magazine launches and helped manage the transition of titles from one publisher to another (a process that can get quite messy, let me tell you).

My current favourite building is the Shard at London Bridge. It’s the very definition of multi-use with office space, restaurants, viewing gallery and residential accommodation. I can understand people’s concerns about the changing London skyline, but the sheer drama of the Shard does it for me.

Aysha Miah
Aysha Miah is production executive on FM World and has a background of working in production on International B2B titles. She lives in Brighton and studied art and design in Sussex.
Brighton Pavilion
My favourite building is the Royal Pavilion in my home town - it is architecturally stunning and the gardens can be a peaceful place to stroll when not over-run with tourists. 

Mark Parry
Mark Parry is art director of FM World and created the launch designs for FM World and has been involved in the subsequent redesign. Mark has 25 years’ experience in art editing and started his career on auto and trade magazines moving to VNU to art edit business and management titles. He has an honours degree in fine art.
Bow Quarter
My favourite building is the Bryant and May factory in Bow because my grandfather worked there all his life. It is now a residential development known as the Bow Quarter.  

Daniel Swainsbury is art editor on FM World and is responsible for designing the layouts as well as commissioning illustrations. After graduating with a degree in graphic design, Daniel started his career in various design studios before joining the Telegraph Group designing various sections of the newspaper and its marketing. 
Royal Festival Hall
My favourite building is The Royal Festival Hall, part of the Southbank complex. Not the most attractive building from the outside, but one that has a rich history in the arts. 

Claire Echavarry is FM World's picture editor, and has worked on the title since its launch in 2004. With a picture library background, she worked at Retna and Getty Images before joining FM World's publishers, Redactive, in 2003. She is responsible for all photographic commissions and images in the magazine.
My favourite building is the Wales Millennium Centre in my hometown of Cardiff. The multi-purpose arts complex was designed and built to reflect the spirit of the nation. Definitely an iconic building for Wales.

Jack Shuard is a sales executive working across the FM World portfolio and works with clients to plan and implement their advertising and marketing requirements. This includes FM World magazine, the FM World and BIFM website, and sponsorship opportunities such as the Careers Guide, Buyers Guide and roundtable events.
Having done 5 years in retail prior to joining the FM World team, Jack has never enjoyed life more and aims to continually improve and learn, as that's what life's about!
My favourite building would have to be Battersea power station.
This is because as long as I can remember, every time travelling up to London I am always in awe of the size and power of the building, and even though it is currently a shell, it still holds that awe. It's a South London icon.