Keyloom is an agency providing editorial and technical services and consultancy, mostly over the internet.
Keyloom is managed by, and for the most part synonymous with, Luke Hoyland.
Luke is a former deputy production editor of the Guardian and assistant editor of the Guardian Weekly. With exemplary editorial judgment and a high level of technical ability, he was involved in nearly all of Guardian News & Media’s major product developments from 1994-2005. He was a key figure in the Guardian’s award-winning online development and its move into the “Berliner” format, and designed the production system currently in use by the organisation.
Luke’s time is divided between London, United Kingdom; Nong Khai, Thailand; and various locations in Laos. The latter two locations are reflected in a strong interest in Southeast Asian affairs. See the Southeast Asia section of this site and the Twitter pages for Luke and Laowiki.
For a full CV please contact Luke by email. An overview of his resume can be found at http://uk.linkedin.com/in/lukehoyland
The name “key loom” is derived from a phrase in Lao, but I forget what.