Introducing Watchonista’s New European Editor!

Introducing Our New European Editor!

Our newest team member is no stranger to the world of watchmaking.

By Marco Gabella
Chairman & Executive Publisher
By Josh Shanks
Editor-in-Chief

Since our founding over a decade ago, Watchonista has enjoyed consistent growth with offices in Switzerland and the United States. Today, we are pleased to announce the arrival of our new European Editor, Steven Rogers.

Steven is no stranger to the world of watches and watchmaking. Before joining Watchonista, he worked with some of the world's most renowned independent watchmakers, serving as Romain Gauthier's Communication Manager for five years and collaborating with the likes of MB&F, Urwerk, Grönefeld, De Bethune, and Greubel Forsey on their communication projects.
 

Meet Our European Editor

Born in the UK and living in Switzerland for the past decade, Steven Rogers has an extensive journalism and communications background. Prior to that, he studied at Cambridge University and the Sorbonne in Paris.
 

As our European Editor, Steven will be our boots on the ground in the Swiss watchmaking enclaves and represent Watchonista editorially in the European markets. As one of our most consistent traffic drivers, Europe is a significant focus for Watchonista in 2021.
 

Working closely with some of the most creative watchmakers over the past ten years, Steven has developed a solid knowledge base of horological techniques and complications. His skill lies in breaking down the world of complicated watchmaking and making it accessible to all audiences.

His interest in and connection to the people behind the brands will also be vital in continuing Watchonista’s delivery of qualitative editorial and video content.
 

Beyond his passion for watchmaking, Steven is also trilingual and an accomplished drummer. So be sure to stay tuned to Watchonista, as great things are to come!

(Photography by Watchonista)

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