“Bree DeRoche has been a highly valued freelance editor for Cambridge University Press for many years. Bree is utterly dependable and ably handles all aspects of a project – from project managing and seeing the ‘big picture’, to keeping an eye on the smallest of details.”

Tina Hutchings | Cambridge University Press

 

“I run my own graphic design business and often I need to refer my clients to a proofreader or editor for the projects I work on. I would never put my business’s reputation on the line by referring clients to anyone I didn’t believe in 100%. I can always trust in the accuracy of Bree’s work and the quality of the content she creates, which always hits the nail on the head.”


Meika Design

 

“Bree DeRoche has worked with me on numerous occasions as a script editor, story consultant and proofreader. I rely on her word-skills and creative flare in helping to give my screenplays credibility and a competitive edge. Her work has always been of a high standard, precise and punctual.”


Frogdreaming Productions

 

“The copy writing work that Bree DeRoche has done for my business has given it a complete professional, informed and intellectual platform on which to work from. Bree took her absolute understanding of communication and imagination and worked her skills to compliment my business situation perfectly.” 


Joel Goodall | Artist

 

“I am a professional artist and have regularly relied upon the professional appearance of excellent design layout, copy and consistency in documentation and media releases. Bree has provided a high level of professionalism within this area for several years now, leaving me free to concentrate on what I do best, secure in the knowledge I can always rely upon good documentation and know that I come across in a fail safe and articulate manner when it comes to words ... sometimes a difficult feat for an occupation involved in imagery.”


Ronald John Neal | Artist

 

“Thank you so much for all your work on these books. You have been an amazing help and so great to work with.”

Danielle Balint | Cambridge University Press

 

 

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