Revolution appoints Llewellyn as UK editor


Watch journalist Tracey Llewellyn has been appointed as editor of the UK edition of Revolution magazine.

Formerly deputy editor of QP magazine, Llewellyn joined the Revolution team earlier this year and has now completed work on the first issue which is due out this month in time for Basel.

Sophie Furley, remains editor-in-chief of Revolution’s international portfolio of magazines aimed at the watch consumer. The UK team includes Ken Kessler as editor-at-large and Nick Edgley as the magazine’s exclusive media representation.


Revolution was founded in Singapore in 2005 by Wei Koh and Dr. Bruce Lee. The global version of the magazine is now in its 12th edition.

Lee said of Llewellyn’s appointment; “Tracey brings a wealth of experience to Revolution UK and is very well respected by the industry. Tracey completes the extremely dynamic editorial team comprising of Ken Kessler and Sophie Furley of Revolution UK. The first issue of Revolution UK will be out at the end of March and has had an overwhelmingly positive response".

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