About Us

Maiden Publishing was established by Teresa Neal to offer bespoke publishing and design services to businesses and individuals. We specialise in art, photography, music, poetry and performance.

Who We Are

Founder Maiden Publishing UK

Teresa Neal

Teresa oversees the running of Maiden Publishing UK being responsible for design and commisioning work number among her different roles. Teresa Neal is an award-winning artist and is the founder of Maiden Publishing UK. Initially schooled in Theatre Design she finished her studies at Chelsea School of Art. Teresa has exhibited her work internationally, is an experienced artist-educator and published poet. She is presently a member of the Photohastings committee. For more information about Teresa please, take a look at her site teresaneal.com

Keiron Phelan Musician Image ©Teresa Neal

Keiron Phelan

Keiron is one of our freelance writers. Keiron Phelan is a musician and writer. He studied Philosophy at the University of York after which he dabbled extensively finally becoming the impresario he is today.He is involved in several musical projects most notably; Smile Down Upon Us, The Silver Servants and Phelan Shepard. A regular on Radio 6 Music he also writes for Art Vehicle, The Saatchi Magazine and DOA

Image ©Teresa Neal

Russell Thompson

Russell is one of our freelance writers, he also provides us with graphic design and proof reading services. Russell Thompson is a printmaker, writer and performance poet. He studied illustration at Central St Martins and freelanced for a number of years. For the last decade he has worked for the groundbreaking literature development organisation Apples and Snakes, originally as a programme, now as an archive coordinator. He is active on the performance circuit as one half of the beat-poetry duo project Adorno.

Maiden Publishing Apprentice. Image ©Teresa Neal

William Neal

Will is our apprentice in digital media. An experienced performer when he is not working for us he is busy working for his Equity card.

Our Happy Clients

Maiden Publishing UK helped us to design the sleeve for our new single. Teresa was able to create a beautiful sleeve from a pile of images and ideas, she really understood what we were trying to achieve. The finished product is exactly what we wanted and looks great!
Record sleeve design for Last of the Lovely Days
Annie
The Last of the Lovely Days
I only knew of your Newhaven work before. I do think it's amazing - and although completely different in approach, I find it resonating with the work of the Bechers in its respect for the dignity, forms, beauty and mystery of industrial constructions.....their emotional presence. You add a sense of place as well.
Industrial Coastline book by Teresa Neal.Image ©Teresa Neal
Mr Austin
Photohastings - Academic
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