Future appoints James Marchington as Editor-in-Chief of Clay Shooting
James Marchington takes on the newly created position of Editor-in-Chief of Clay Shooting to strengthen Future’s Field Sports portfolio.
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He will be responsible for all clay pigeon shooting content created across the monthly print magazine and the website, as well as consulting on Clay Shooting’s branded events. This includes the Clay Shooting Classic and British Schools and Young Shots Championship.
Marchington is an experienced and knowledgeable shooter who was introduced to shooting at an early age by his father. He has worked in the shooting press for nearly four decades as a Writer, Editor and Photographer – and has recently started developing his skills in video production.
“I am so lucky that I am able to combine my work with my lifelong passion for shooting. I have a special affection for Clay Shooting magazine, having been involved with the title since its early days. I am looking forward to building on what’s already been achieved to make it the magazine that clay shooters want and deserve,” Marchington commented on his new role.