Gail Spilsbury founded Bergamot Books in 2003, with design help from Yael Kats, to develop, edit, and print art historical books. In 2011, Bergamot expanded to handle print-on-demand and e-books, in addition to offering full editorial services to authors and publishers.
Spilsbury has edited books for the Smithsonian Institution, the National Gallery of Art, National Geographic, Rizzoli Publications, the Whitney Museum, and the Peabody Essex Museum. She has helped numerous authors develop their books for publication. She is the author of Tiger of the Caesars; Sid’s Book about Me; That Year in Boston; Quartetto Sabino (in Italian); A Washington Sketchbook; and Rock Creek Park (book jackets below). Her fiction podcast set in Boston, Red Line, is available on iTunes or redlinepodcast.com. She writes film reviews for the Boston City Paper, which are archived here: gailspilsbury.blogspot.com.
Athena Lakri joined Bergamot Books in 2016, adding her outstanding credentials to the team. She has managed and directed all facets of publication from editorial and design to e-publication and manufacturing. Her publishing education from Emerson College and her wide-ranging editorial experience has led to impeccable publications that range from books by National Geographic photographers to those aimed at academic, educational, and trade audiences.
Jeremy Eberts of EberHaus has designed and produced distinctive books for more than 25 years. Specializing in the creation of illustrated coffee table books and artists’ catalogues, he has produced a variety of publications, ranging from memoirs to poetry. In addition to working with major publishers, he also creates distinguished limited-edition books.