Types of binding available:
Hardcover, softcover, perfect bound, section sewn, stab stitched, coptic binding, Japanese binding, pamphlet stitch, saddle stitch, French fold, concertina, screw bound, spiral bound...
Have something particular in mind? Megan enjoys engineering new methods of binding to suit your project.
Need help with editing your photos, designing your layout, or preparing your pages for print? Megan is able to assist you - just ask.
Mind the Cork collaboration
Megan joined forces with Jenny of Mind the Cork to produce these minimal A6 notebooks for a selling event in Japan.
Jenny provided the cork cut to size - a great sustainable replacement for leather, and Megan sewed in the blank pages using contrasting colours of thread.
Megan was approached by contemporary luxury lifestyle brand Meng to create a hardcover, section-sewn book documenting their print designs.
The images below are of the book on display in the Furnishings department at Harrods department store, London.
'Same But Different', personal photobook project
Hen party commemorative book collaboration with Kelly Satchell
Talented graphic designer Kelly Satchell asked Megan to help produce a book to celebrate her friend's hen party.
It is made in the 'single section' style, has a centre insert on blue stock which falls short of the other white pages to reveal the text along the edges of the pages.
Finished with matching grey endpapers and a debossed recess on the front cover for Kelly to insert a Polaroid photo taken at the hen party.
Twelve family photobooks for Bill Buckley
Megan was able to assist Bill with the design and layout of the pages from scanning in the hundreds of photographs provided to overseeing the printing process.
As this was a complex project Megan met with Bill a number of times to discuss the layout of the books, as well as materials used such as the paper, covering fabric, ribbons and foiling colour.
Two photobooks for Kevin Mason, photographer
Wedding guest book
'Nautilus' lookbook for dovile. b, jeweller
Julie Kouamo travel journals