Sherry Loveless is an editor, creative director, and communications strategist with an empathic, curious nature, and an equally curious last name (that very much belies her nature).
Growing up an avid equestrian, she trained dressage horses professionally for over a decade. Her work in editing, design, and publishing began in 2005 after respiratory disease forced her early retirement from professional equestrian sports. In graduate school, she studied anthrozoology, focusing on human-animal relationships in food, fashion, research, zoos, and sport. This scholarly work reinforced for her the importance of scientific communication in the development of guidelines, policies, and laws that govern the human behavior that impacts our world.
Over the next 15 years, Sherry developed her editorial, design, production, and publishing acumen as her new business, Catsworth Publishing Services, LLC evolved. She gained experience with international, traditional publishers like Cambridge University Press, BioMedCentral/Springer Nature, and Taylor & Francis. Since then, Sherry’s editorial and artistic work has graced the pages of books, journals, and websites, and the walls of universities, galleries, and private homes.
She has supported academic authors in preparing grants and scholarly publications; helped federal contractors to produce final deliverables; guided subject matter experts and public figures to publishing award-winning books; and strategized with executive leaders and entrepreneurs to refine their words and images.
For nearly two decades, clients have trusted Sherry’s creativity, technical skill, and customized communications solutions for expertly-produced, non-fiction publications ranging from books and brochures to websites and videos. Her integrity, appreciation of beauty, and attention to detail and quality assure stylistic execution of her final products. Sherry is a valuable, results-driven professional partner who treats each client and project with respect, appreciation, and care. Her professionalism, interest, sense of humor, discretion, and strong interpersonal skills sustain her work with international authors, publishers, collaborators, and colleagues from a variety of professions, professional levels, and academic and public-interest specialties.
Sherry has provided editorial, design, and production services for final deliverables on contracts for: NSF, USAID, DoD/DARPA, the White House, Homeland Security, Congress, and NASA.
Sherry is also a scratchboard artist specializing in animal portraits. See her artwork, here.
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Who is that orange cat?
Tristan is the official Catsworth mascot. He is always the first one in the office and the last one to leave.
Below is a picture of him all grown up.
Yes, he’s sitting on a regular-sized office chair.