With over 20 years’ experience of editing, artbuying, picture research and project management, the team at bluebamboo are dedicated to supplying evocative illustrations, dazzling photo imagery, flawless editing and painless project management, meeting any specification, any budget and any deadline.
If you’d like to talk to us about working for you, or if you’d like to know more about what we do, please call us or send us a message.
‘I’ve been really impressed with bluebamboo, particularly your proactivity and organisation. It’s been a godsend!’ (Oxford University Press UK design team)
‘Copyeditors don't get enough credit, so I just want to throw out that Alan Heal is very good at his job and catches things I would never in a million years have noticed.’ (J.T. Greathouse, author of the Pact and Pattern fantasy series, published by Gollancz)
‘It’s been a pleasure working with you. We felt in very good hands throughout the project.’ (Oxford University Press US design team)
‘A huge thank you for your excellent work.’ (Little, Brown Book Group)
‘I continue to be impressed with your efficiency and proactiveness … and reminding me and the team when stuff is due! Your project-management skills are excellent and I know that if I freelance a project out to you guys, it will be in a safe pair of hands.’ (Oxford University Press UK design team)
‘It’s been a real pleasure working with you. Thank you for being communicative, flexible and reliable throughout.’ (Cambridge University Press editorial team)
‘I’ve just got an email from the writer asking me to thank you for all your hard work. And I echo that x1,000,000.’ (Oxford University Press design team)
‘The books look really nice! To be honest, it’s amazing that we’ve managed to get them together and in good state in such a short time. Thank you very much for yourhard work. Your contribution was crucial.’ (Packagers Hyphen SA, regarding a primary project for Hodder Education)
‘It’s been very reassuring to know that the Practice books were in safe and thorough hands. I appreciated your proactivity with finding photos and feeding back on artwork, and yourknowledge of how the designers work helped you to know what to ask for and how to ask for it!’ (Cambridge University Press editorial team)