Hotel consultant, travel writer and longtime restaurant editor on Condé Nast’s Tatler magazine, London-born Jeremy Wayne began his professional career at age 6 when he invented a game called Restaurants, in which he would invariably “order” – and his mother would cook and serve – cheese on toast or scrambled eggs, which little Jeremy used to rate on a scale of 10. (He claims he was not precocious as a child). His articles have appeared in Condé Nast Traveller (UK) Food & Wine, The Guardian, The (London) Times and The Daily Telegraph. Jeremy currently divides his time between Westchester and London, UK.
The stubborn, recalcitrant, headstrong Rock of Gibraltar, a financial services center, has become a byword for something unchanging and dependable, somewhere that refuses to change regardless of fad, fashion or the prevailing wind – which is undoubtedly why the Prudential insurance company uses The Rock in its logo.