Meet the SNG Team
Founded in 2006, SNG Publishing is dedicated to delivering world-class learning materials and events to support learners and lecturers in the construction, engineering and hairdressing & barbering trades
Horror movie geek, lover of pretty much all cuisines and a voracious reader. Londoner born and bred but also very happy to get lost in the countryside. Don’t speak to him until he’s had his first coffee of the day and never challenge him to a karaoke battle.
A tea-drinking, barre attempting designer/editor with a dubious talent for reciting the alphabet backwards! A lover of gin, country walks and bakewell tarts – not always, but sometimes together!
A record collecting outdoor explorer, with a passion for cooking (and eating) most foods on the planet. Loves a pint of Guinness and can usually be found halfway up a mountain or left side of the speakers at music festivals.
A graphic wizard who loves eating cereal out of a mug. Hates slow Wi-Fi and losing his usual parking spot.
Beer pong champion (team cider all the way) with a mild obsession for Doritos. Not great at conversation before 10am but the king of Dad jokes from
then onwards. Shout out to my mum!
An avid watcher of all sports with a love for Rugby and Football. However, when the Villa lose love for the game can dwindle. Loves a good sausage roll from Greggs!
Owns way too many scented candles, loves baking (and eating) is the proud owner of 3 dogs and a cat but would also like chickens. Has been known to plod out the odd 5k, 10k and half marathon.
Nicknamed Postie. Aspiring to be the Wolf of the West Mids. A lover of sport (blessed with supporting the best team in the Midlands, Coventry). Partial to a hot chocolate.
A social butterfly with a passion for positivity, sunshine, travel and laughter-filled fun times. Regularly found pondering ideas whilst simultaneously cycling, listening to loud music and playing solitaire on her iPad.
A vegan-ish coffee connoisseur with a passion for fast cars and a general lust for life, whose foray into plumbing sparked the idea for a publishing powerhouse.