Luxury Travel Media’s editor Andrew Conway exits business

Andrew Conway, founding editor of Luxury Travel, has departed the business after less than a year, Mumbrella can reveal.

Conway returned to the helm of the masthead after a 12 year hiatus this year, as part of a major structure of the business’ editorial, marketing and digital divisions.

He replaced Christine Kane, who was appointed as editor in November last year. Kane replaced Katie Milton, who held the role from April 2016 to November 2017. Other editors over the years have included Katrina Holden, from 2014 to 2016, and Lucy Jones who left in 2014 after two years as editor.

Conway was the founding editor of Luxury Travel and run the publication from 2000-2006, before relocating to the United States, where he was the editor of luxury coastal lifestyle magazine, Ocean Home.

Richard Bunting, managing editor and general manager, confirmed Conway’s departure, telling Mumbrella the business would re-structure once again.

“Andrew Conway has indeed left Luxury Travel Media. As to his next venture that is for Andrew to outline,” Bunting said.

“Moving forward, we are restructuring the editorial department at LTM and like many publishers, we are continually evolving and adjusting how we deliver editorial content to our print and digital audiences. Already, 2019 is shaping up as an exciting year for Luxury Travel with new partnerships and fresh initiatives. In January we will have more news on the new editorial structure of Luxury Travel Media.”

Madelin Tomelty will remain in her role as digital editor.


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