Ramley House Publishing is a small press and publisher, founded by Jacqueline and Nicholas Roe. Avid collectors of books on art and history, they plunged into the publishing world after years of collaborating on books with others, featuring in a variety of journals and in the press. They work with authors and illustrators to create limited edition books, cards and prints, for a range of collectors and enthusiasts.
worked for large investment banks in the City, where he ran, created and managed various products and divisions, as well as serving on the boards of other well-known financial companies and associations. Nick has extensive experience in project and business planning, and has written numerous articles for newspapers including The Financial Times, EuroHedge, HFM Weekly etc, and ‘Starting a Hedge Fund: A European Perspective’, published by ISI Publications. Nick is a keen collector of art, literature and music memorabilia.
worked in the City as an IT Project Manager and Developer for many years, but is obsessed with art and in particular the Renaissance. With an MA in Renaissance Studies, she curates the Renaissance Diary, a web-site dedicated to Early Modern conferences. She also writes art reviews for select journals and has contributed recipes to specialist books. Jacqueline has a huge collection of cookbooks, in every colour, style and binding, and loves spotting new trends in the market.
Posted 13th July 2017
According to Pantone Color Institute Vice President Laurie Pressman. “Blue is not only the most popular color on the web today, it is also the most popular color on the spectrum internationally. Long associated with the serenity of a clear blue sky, and the cleansing waters of tranquil seas, the human mind embraces the concept of blue as constant, translating it into a symbolic message of dependability and loyalty.”
Posted 27th June 2017
Over the past eighteen months it's been our huge privilege to work with the children (and parents, staff and alumni) of Walhampton School. The Walhampton Family Cookbook comprises of 120+ recipes, with 67 families, 6 fabulous local hotels and amazing suppliers , it's a result of a successful collaboration between the School, Carl France (the School's Head Chef), and the Parents' Association.
Posted 13th June 2017
DPI (dots per inch) and PPI (pixels per inch) may seem as though they're the same thing, but one relates to the printing process, and the other to screen resolution. With a smart phone in every pocket and handbag, most people are familiar with PPI because of their laptop and phone screen resolution. But the term DPI relates very specifically to print - PPI literally describes the number of physical dots of ink on a printed document. The terms are often used interchangeably, but they have different considerations.