GQ's online editor leaves men's website for PR job

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The online editor of GQ has left the men’s lifestyle magazine website to work for a luxury communications agency.

Conrad Quilty-Harper had been with GQ for three years, during which time he has helped quadruple the magazine’s digital audience to 2.4m unique users (GQ’s own figures).

Luchford APM run PR campaigns for over 30 luxury brands in the travel, property and lifestyle sectors.

Prior to joining Condé Nast, Quilty-Harper worked as editor for Ampp3d, the Daily Mirror’s data journalism website, and as interactive news editor for the Daily Telegraph, where he covered data stories from Wikileaks and the Guantanamo files.

He also briefly wrote for Press Gazette in 2009.

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