Loughlin Joseph

Jude Rogers

Jude Rogers is one of the UK’s leading arts and culture feature writers, with experience interviewing high-profile names for media including The Guardian, Observer, Elle, In-Style, Cosmopolitan, The New Statesman, and The Sunday Times. Her favourite interviewees so far are Paul McCartney in a cab, Björk in New York, Helen Mirren backstage, and Mary Trump three days after the US 2020 Election. A consultant on editorial projects for the Southbank Centre, Entertainment Exhibitions International, and Universal Music, she has made radio documentaries on female fandom, neuroscience, and silence for the BBC and written extensively on music, film, literature, parenting, children, travel, nature, lifestyle, politics, mental health, and work. Her personal passions include electronic music, 20th century design, and gender equality.


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Loughlin Joseph is a management bureau for editors and writers based in New York City. Founded by Ruari Mahon in 2021, we represent a body of language artists with roots in global publishing across style, culture, design, architecture, and business interests.

Linguists have long known that thoughts don’t just shape language, language shapes thoughts. Today brands are micro-media platforms in themselves, yet narrative remains underserved and overlooked. Products and imagery no longer speak alone. Our artists enable companies to articulate a distinguished, consistent voice through an approach that is integrated with values, identity, and positioning.