Uncover enjoys collaborating with talented individuals and firms in pursuit of editorial excellence.


Melissa Edwards is a writer and editor with 20 years of experience in producing and refining copy for government, consumer media, and commercial brands. Her copy editing and proofreading clients include Western LivingVancouverBCBusinessRealWeddings, and Fairmont Magazine, and her consumer magazine writing has twice been nominated for National Magazine Awards, earning silver in 2013.

In her work with Uncover Editorial, Melissa has helped perfect the final print products for several government and non-profit organizations, and has produced web and print copy for clients such as the BC Ministry of Agriculture and the District of North Vancouver, among many others. Melissa has also produced web and print marketing copy for Seaspan, the Yukon Public Service, BC Housing, BC Corrections, Magazines Canada, and several retail brands, along with reports and internal media for clients such as the Vancouver Island Health Authority, Canfor, the BC Public Service, and the Grand Council of the Crees. 

Melissa currently sits on the board of Tara Cheyenne Performance and volunteers with the Writers’ Exchange, a Vancouver literacy outreach centre for inner-city youth.


Nicole Miller has spent more than a decade fostering a career that bridges her two passions: urban planning and data visualization. While working on applied research in sustainable urban planning, Nicole became acutely aware of the need to communicate the complex, technical concepts and data inherent to the field.

Over time Nicole’s work has extended to a variety of fields well outside of urban planning that similarly benefit from her ability to illustrate challenging concepts clearly and creatively. Her academic and professional background in data analysis, public engagement, and a variety of research methods bring a unique perspective to her designs. In her work with Uncover Editorial, Nicole creates innovative data visualizations and infographics to communicate content in ways that engage the reader and assist comprehension by stakeholders and the public. 

Nicole continues her consulting work on urban planning issues as a partner with C2MP Consulting. If you ask what Nicole does for work, her four-year-old daughter provides the best assessment: “Mommy draws pictures of numbers.”