One thing unites us – our inquisitive interest in everything and everyone. It helps when we’re digging deeper to understand our client’s challenges, and it’s what helps us connect the dots to create big ideas for our clients.

judith oleary MD of Represent PR Traditional and Digital Marketing Agency
Managing Director

Judith O’Leary

Judith is well known for living and breathing her clients’ businesses. Her enviable contact list is testimony to the reputation she’s built over the last twenty years. A firm believer that you have to keep an eye on ‘what next?’ to deliver for clients, her team knows she wants brilliant ideas and smart implementation, inextricably linked to the overall vision.

This founding partner is most definitely a hands-on operator, actively involved in her clients’ businesses and committed to delivering the highest professional standards across the team. Guilty pleasures include, India Knight’s beauty recommendations and stolen moments with the warm, witty words of Marian Keyes.

Sue Hean
Account Director

Sue Hean

Sue brings a lot to the PR table as she is naturally inquisitive, analytical and results driven. She can set clear project objectives at 1000 paces and aims high every time to make sure that fresh creative thinking is applied. Outside of work you’ll find her scouting for property refurbishment ideas and interior design trends. Quelle surprise – she’s got an eye when it comes to communicating using visual content. Lunchtime grazing material likely to include; @Spotify @prweek @bbcnews @Property week.

Katie Goodfellow
Account Manager

Katie Goodfellow

PR supremo by day, music blogger by night. Katie loves the variety of the challenge in PR, as well as adding value to the work she puts her name on. Hearing great feedback from clients is what makes it all worthwhile. Her antenna for ‘new’ is always on. She regularly attends PR events in search of new ways to attack problems and her go-to source is Twitter, with an occasional lunchtime fix of Daily Mail celeb gossip on the side.

julie scanlon pr specialist
Account Manager

Julie Scanlon

Julie is our agricultural enthusiastic, with a burning passion for all things farming. Not only has she got over 20 years of PR experience she is a 1st generation farmer, having farmed in the UK and USA. This practical and entrepreneurial spirit is brought into her PR work, with her ability to grasp technical issues and turn them into highly effective communication campaigns. When shes not working, she enjoys nothing more than exploring the coastline and castles of the Borders.

Bobby Galloway
Art Director

Bobby Galloway

With two decades of design experience behind him Bobby is a master at bringing colour, composition, image and typography together in original and effective ways.

He drills down into a brand, getting to understand its core and then works outwards from there. Inspiration and ideas come from all directions, whether it’s Tate Modern, Soundcloud or The Real Housewives of Beverley Hills. He believes communication is key to the development of business, it enables growth of ideas, and coherent design is the backbone of that communication.

Ailsa Veitch
Copywriter

Ailsa Veitch

An overactive curiosity gland, a fascination for how people think plus a magpie-like tendency to store bright, shiny things to connect later and you have Ailsa’s core ingredients for a great idea. Add to that over 20 years’ brand experience plus a love of emerging technologies and it’s easy to see why Ailsa relishes the challenge of translating an idea into a wide range of formats. When she’s not tapping keys she’s tapping plant pots and tennis balls.

Gail Mullard Digital Marketing Specialist
Digital Marketing Specialist

Gail Mullard

Gail is immersed in the detail of digital, the numbers and their interpretation. She takes great pride in not talking jargon and keeping the conversation focused on what the results mean against business objectives and goal measures. She loves testing digital platforms with audiences to get a feel for how messages and images resonate. Her addiction to metrics goes on into the evenings and weekends with frequent analysis on how far she has run, at what speed and for how long. Her recipe for relaxation is simple: fresh air, exercise and a great playlist.

Let’s sit down and talk

We are generous of spirit and happy to pitch in from the outset. So why not bring us your challenge, and we’ll bring you our thoughts.