We pride ourselves on our relationship with both our clients and our authors and have received many warm personal recommendations and acknowledgements over the years. A few examples culled from the prefaces of books on which we have worked follow.

“Most of this work was done by Sam Clark, who is extraordinarily good at it and manages to be miraculously good-humored at the same time. With Sam’s help we have not just a carefully edited book but one that is beautifully designed as well. Without him, I do not see how it would ever have been completed.”
—Timothy Gowers (ed.), Princeton Companion to Mathematics

“Jon Wainwright of T&T Productions Ltd was an outstanding copy-editor and typesetter, meticulous in his attention to detail, and an imaginative problem-solver. We have greatly enjoyed working with him.”
—Ronald Findlay and Kevin H. O’Rourke, Power and Plenty

“I have found in Sam Clark of T&T Productions the best editor an author could hope for.”
—Riccardo RebonatoPlight of the Fortune Tellers

“Jon Wainwright, with the help of Sam Clark, at T&T Productions Ltd did a truly superb job of editing the manuscript and typesetting the book, and always kept good spirits despite long hours, a tight schedule, and my incessant changes and requests.”
—Jean Tirole, The Theory of Corporate Finance

“It has been a pleasure working with an editor who is not only efficient, but also proficient in TeX. If I write another book where the publisher offers me a choice of editor/typesetter I will definitely ask for you.”
—Avinash K. Dixit, Lawlessness and Economics

“Special thanks go to Sam Clark of T&T Productions Ltd, who took our uneven LaTeX code and turned it into a more polished book with remarkable speed and efficiency.”
—Alex McNeil, Rüdiger Frey and Paul EmbrechtsQuantitative Risk Management

“We would like to thank Jon Wainwright of T&T Productions Ltd for his meticulous care and commitment during the production process, and for showing such respect for our concerns about the overall feel of the book.”
—Liz Spencer and Ray Pahl, Rethinking Friendship