Jenny joined Sterling Lord Literistic in 2012 and represents food writers, organic farmers, culinary photographers, memoirists, bloggers, journalists, and chefs. She is always on the lookout for cookbooks that focus as much on design as they do on quality recipe development, practical lifestyle projects, transportive travel and nature writing, and creative nonfiction. She works closely with Alison MacKeen on her client list and with Nadyne Pike on agency operations. Raised on an island in Maine, Jenny graduated with a degree in English literature and film from Colby College and has completed internships with Markson Thoma Literary Agency and Islandport Press.
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“If the piece was made it would be photographed and given another number. A photograph would be added to a series of large albums, others kept in boxes to be sent to similar enquiries. Many enquiries could be answered with photographs, others required a new design and so a sketch.
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O'Neill grew up in Gatley and attended Burnage Comprehensive and Sheffield University , where he studied economics.  O'Neill is a huge football fan and played for the Bank of America's first team in London. He is a lifelong fan of Manchester United . and served as a non-executive director from 2004 to 2005, before the club was returned to private ownership.  On 2 March 2010, the Red Knights , a group of wealthy Manchester United fans believed to include O'Neill, confirmed interest in a possible takeover of the club.