Cultural Communications attracts the culturally curious, the well-travelled, those passionate about making connections and who constantly question how and why. Our team is passionate about creativity and culture, yet shrewd about commercial reality.

Charlotte Heath-Bullock, Managing Partner

Charlotte’s agency career began working with global sportswear brand, Fila, supporting its relationships with international athletes and footballers and working on the Sydney 2000 Olympics. Seeking new challenges she moved to a wine specialist agency where her French language skills were put to use working with global brands and generic organisations including Ruinart Champagne, Allied Domecq, Pernod Ricard Travel Retail and Wines from Roussillon. Charlotte later joined a lifestyle specialist agency and in the position of MD doubled the business in size winning accounts including Marriott, Conrad Hotels, Starwood, Courvoisier and Nespresso. In 2010 she took time off to drive from Cape Town to the Kruger National Park before returning to London to establish Cultural Comms.  In partnership with Nina, she has built Cultural Comms into a renowned specialist serving companies seeking to engage with the cultural sector, winning a plethora of business awards along the way for its innovative and effective campaigns.

Nina Plowman, Managing Partner

Before finding her niche in PR, Nina trained as a journalist starting out at The Times and The Telegraph. She went on to work for a global PR agency where her first clients included Waterstone’s (launching the Harry Potter book series), Land Rover and several government campaigns. She has built her reputation consulting to some of the world’s most sought after brands from Piaggio, Vespa and Ketel One Vodka to Laurent-Perrier Champagne for which she created a global art platform. Nina has since orchestrated global campaigns for Goodwood, Diageo Reserve, Gleneagles Hotel and London Syon Park, a Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Before going into business with Charlotte in 2013, Nina launched an agency in Hong Kong, increasing her insight into the Asia market and also mentored the Walpole Brands of Tomorrow 2012 intake. Like Charlotte, Nina is passionate about uniting culture with business, and this led her to forging successful relationships for her clients with likes of the V&A, UNESCO, Christie’s and PAD London. Nina actively supports the London Chamber Orchestra in her development committee role.

Kelly Kerruish, Senior Account Director

Kelly trained as a broadcast journalist and worked on Sky News Sunrise and BBC Breakfast, before taking a full-time role at a specialist broadcast PR Agency, where she worked on a number of consumer and luxury brands including Tesco and Louis Vuitton. Deciding that her passion lay in the luxury arena, Kelly took up a role leading the account teams on a roster of high-end brands across the interiors, health and travel sectors. Whilst there, she launched designer Luke Irwin’s Mosaic Collection, inspired by a Roman mosaic found under his home in Wiltshire and achieved blanket news coverage across every national newspaper, a double page spread in the Sunday Times and an on-location interview on Sky News. Kelly’s true passion is travel and she has delivered media and influencer-led campaigns for the Saint Lucia Tourist Board, Wyndham Hotel Group and Atlantis the Palm, Dubai. A fluent French speaker, Kelly spent two years living between Cannes and Chamonix indulging her love of water and snow sports. She brings this energy, enthusiasm and sense of adventure to her role at Cultural Comms.

Georgina Farley, Senior Account Director

Georgina began her career in Australia working with luxury automotive brands Mercedes Benz, Chrysler Jeep and Toyota, where she was responsible for product launches and event management, in particular Mercedes Benz’s sponsorship of Australian Fashion Week. Looking to increase her international exposure, she relocated to London and started working for global fashion giant Joseph rising to Head of Communications and establishing the in-house PR Department which trebled brand exposure. A move back to Australia saw her appointed as Marketing and Sales Manager at Austin’s Wines to start a new area of the business in Corporate and Personal Gifts to increase sales, grow market share, improve brand exposure and build brand awareness. Complimenting her extensive international experience, Georgina has also completed an MBA in International Brand Management at Essec Business School in Paris, where her tutors included the likes of Remi Krug.