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My Favourite Creative Campaigns Of October 2022

My life has been a bit chaotic recently (understatement of the year, but we move), so here I am with another tardy blog. This week conceded my favourite time of the year - autumn. Not only was it a good month for pumpkins, falling leaves and pretentious coffees, but October also brought us several great… Continue reading My Favourite Creative Campaigns Of October 2022

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My Favourite Creative Campaigns Of September 2022

Good morning! I hope everyone's doing well on this chilly day. Autumn's definitely arrived now, hasn't it? This is my favourite time of year, not least because Halloween, Christmas and Bonfire Night are just around the corner. I'm very excited to see what October brings in the way of brilliant minds thinking up even more… Continue reading My Favourite Creative Campaigns Of September 2022

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Why Coupling Up With Love Islanders May Not Be The W You Think

Love Island, as it does every year, has me gripped by the throat. I'm ashamed to admit that I'm a big fan! But, with about 4 weeks left to go, we're already fast approaching the part I hate - the brand collaborations, the nightclub appearances, and the random partnerships that make absolutely no sense... 🤢… Continue reading Why Coupling Up With Love Islanders May Not Be The W You Think

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Why It’s Wrong For Brands To Get Involved In Depp V Heard

This article first appeared on PRWeek News, where I was so grateful to contribute! It’s the trial of the century and one we can’t avoid, not even for want of trying. As Johnny Depp sues ex-wife Amber Heard for defamation (and she retaliates with a counterclaim), the whole world has watched with intensity as years’… Continue reading Why It’s Wrong For Brands To Get Involved In Depp V Heard

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Why Aren’t We Loving The John Lewis Christmas Ad?

I wrote this blog for Source PR, where it appeared first, but I thought it deserved a place here too... During lockdown 1.0 (which feels exactly 472894790 years ago), I began studying an ‘at-home’ psychology course to better understand the human mind and the way we think, because as communicators this is fundamentally important to… Continue reading Why Aren’t We Loving The John Lewis Christmas Ad?