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Eve Reed

Eve Reed

Editorial Director, London

Eve Reed carved out her career as a journalist in newspapers and national magazines, interviewing everyone from celebrities to police officers and top politicians. Name a public interest topic and she’ll have covered it.
She has worked in journalism and magazine editing for 16 years, and loves weaving beautiful imagery into carefully crafted words.

A traveller and creative soul at heart, Eve took a career break to explore South America and her own artistic talents.
In her limited spare time she likes to eat out, catch up on those missed novels and exhibitions, and visit the Jurassic coastline in Dorset. One day she’ll also open up that art gallery-come-bookshop she’s dreamt about.

Today she is very excited to be bringing her experience, enthusiasm and creative vision to Tea & Water.
Eve lives in southeast London with her husband and two young boys.

Insights by Eve



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Conversation with Greg Miller Conversation with Greg Miller

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Conversation with <br> Surya Balakrishnan Conversation with
Surya Balakrishnan

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City spotlight on New York: <br>the legend of Gleason’s Gym City spotlight on New York:
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Conversation with Sarah M Lee Conversation with Sarah M Lee

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Play Proud: social change <br> through sport Play Proud: social change
through sport

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Conversation with Greg Funnell Conversation with Greg Funnell

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City spotlight on New York: <br> notes from a true Brooklynite City spotlight on New York:
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in a fractured world

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At Tea & Water, cities are a big topic for us: making them more sustainable …

Conversation with <br>Mariella Furrer Conversation with
Mariella Furrer

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Social sustainability: putting the heart into urban planning Social sustainability: putting the heart into urban planning

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Noah Sheldon observes China’s hidden workforce Noah Sheldon observes China’s hidden workforce

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Conversation with Gabriela Herman Conversation with Gabriela Herman

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Conversation with Jesse Burke Conversation with Jesse Burke

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Conversation with <br>Noah Sheldon Conversation with
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Conversation with Dolly Faibyshev Conversation with Dolly Faibyshev

Dolly Faibyshev is an American photographer born to Russian immigrant parents in Philadelphia. Her …

Urbanisation: changing face of our landscape Urbanisation: changing face of our landscape

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Conversation with Christopher LaMarca Conversation with Christopher LaMarca

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London: new beginnings for Design Museum London: new beginnings for Design Museum

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Conversation with Jens Görlich Conversation with Jens Görlich

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Conversation with Emma Cousin Conversation with Emma Cousin

Emma Cousin is a painter living in south east London with her husband in …

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