The After Nyne Creative Services Group offers unique and holistic services for clients within the arts & culture sectors.
– Art Gallery
After Nyne Creative Services Group
The After Nyne Creative Services Group consists of four entities, all of which work together to maximise the potential of our clients’ brands and their work. The award-nominated, bi-monthly After Nyne Magazine is distinctly stylised and industry renowned. After Nyne Gallery offers artists the opportunity to showcase their work on its e-commerce platform, as well as in a series of innovative events & exhibitions. After Nyne Publishing offers high calibre yet cost effective design, copy-writing & printing services for art books, catalogues and marketing materials. After Nyne Consulting provides tailored advice; from brand management, market positioning & PR, through to strategic collaborations and digital activations. Together, the After Nyne Creative Services Group is uniquely positioned to elevate, communicate and promote the very best work within the arts.
Named after the nine muses of the arts in Greek mythology, After Nyne operates within all categories of the arts: including fine art, photography, fashion, design, architecture, music, film, theatre and dance.
THE AFTER NYNE DIRECTORS
Director, ANCS Group
Publisher, After Nyne Magazine
Jennifer Conner moved from Manhattan in 1997 when Sotheby’s auction house transferred her from their New York office to become Senior VP & Head of Marketing for Europe. After a decade in this role, Jennifer went on to serve for five years as Managing Director of the prestigious Lisson Gallery, prior to becoming COO of Karla Otto, an international luxury marketing communications agency. Jennifer joined the After Nyne Creative Services Group in 2017. Her expertise spans all luxury markets; primarily arts & fashion.
Director, ANCS Group
Editor in Chief, After Nyne Magazine
Phone: +44 (0) 7539 483 061
Claire Meadows is Editor in Chief and Founder of After Nyne Magazine, one of the UK’s best-regarded coffee table arts publications. She is a regular commentator on BBC Radio Oxford and writes on arts/social issues for the Huffington Post. Her third poetry collection for Urbane Publications, Leaving Long Shadows is due to be published in Spring 2018.