Our Team

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Dominique Daly

Associate Director

“Hope&Glory born and bred,” Dom joined as a fresh-faced intern back in January 2013. In her time, she’s worked on a broad range of accounts across retail, travel, family, consumer tech and much more. Dom is a stalwart of the IKEA press office, making sure news out about the brand is getting out in new and exciting ways, and is particularly proud of the recent ‘Recommended Daily Allowance for Free Time’ campaign for Center Parcs, which ignited national conversation about children’s schedules. Outside of the office, Dom’s a fitness fanatic who can often be found trying to convince everyone in the office to join her at the gym.

Don Ferguson

Director

Don joined Hope&Glory in October 2012 having previously spent four years working on a number of consumer lifestyle brands at boutique food and travel PR agencies. He currently works across IKEA, Uber, Mr Black, Weber Grills, Symington Family Estates and the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio – heading up activity across a diverse range of drinks brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Naked Grouse, Auchentoshan, Roku and The House of Suntory’s range of Japanese whiskies. Some of his favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s month-long DIY ‘Dining Club’ pop-up restaurant and Breakfast in Bed Cafe, the launch of the Uber Comedy Car at The Edinburgh Festival and a happy few days working as the personal publicist for the iconic ginger-quiffed American talk show host Conan O’Brien for the launch of Turner Broadcasting-owned truTV in the UK. Scottish, ginger, obsessed with the movie Jaws and bearing more than a passing resemblance to a character from Game of Thrones, Don is generally considered a nice bloke (if a little beardy).y.

Dontae Couch

Account Assistant

Dontae joined Hope&Glory in June 2022, fresh out of university where he studied Business Management with Marketing honors at St Mary’s. Since joining the agency, Dontae has worked with clients such as Pokémon, Trainline, Amazon Ring and NCL. When Dontae is not in the office he’s at home producing music, catching Pokémon or watering his plants.

Ella Bagameri

Account Executive

Originally from Budapest, Ella moved to the UK to complete her Master’s at the University of Glasgow in International Communications, Media & Journalism in 2019. She made the move to London in 2021 and spent a year at PR agency Red Consultancy before joining Hope&Glory in August 2022. She works on clients including LinkedIn, Airbnb, Edrington UK, and Guide Dogs. Outside the office, Ella can be found adding paperbacks to her never-ending TBR list, discovering new food spots around London or cuddled up on the couch with her chubby cat.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Dominique Daly

Associate Director

“Hope&Glory born and bred,” Dom joined as a fresh-faced intern back in January 2013. In her time, she’s worked on a broad range of accounts across retail, travel, family, consumer tech and much more. Dom is a stalwart of the IKEA press office, making sure news out about the brand is getting out in new and exciting ways, and is particularly proud of the recent ‘Recommended Daily Allowance for Free Time’ campaign for Center Parcs, which ignited national conversation about children’s schedules. Outside of the office, Dom’s a fitness fanatic who can often be found trying to convince everyone in the office to join her at the gym.

Don Ferguson

Director

Don joined Hope&Glory in October 2012 having previously spent four years working on a number of consumer lifestyle brands at boutique food and travel PR agencies. He currently works across IKEA, Uber, Mr Black, Weber Grills, Symington Family Estates and the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio – heading up activity across a diverse range of drinks brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Naked Grouse, Auchentoshan, Roku and The House of Suntory’s range of Japanese whiskies. Some of his favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s month-long DIY ‘Dining Club’ pop-up restaurant and Breakfast in Bed Cafe, the launch of the Uber Comedy Car at The Edinburgh Festival and a happy few days working as the personal publicist for the iconic ginger-quiffed American talk show host Conan O’Brien for the launch of Turner Broadcasting-owned truTV in the UK. Scottish, ginger, obsessed with the movie Jaws and bearing more than a passing resemblance to a character from Game of Thrones, Don is generally considered a nice bloke (if a little beardy).y.

Dontae Couch

Account Assistant

Dontae joined Hope&Glory in June 2022, fresh out of university where he studied Business Management with Marketing honors at St Mary’s. Since joining the agency, Dontae has worked with clients such as Pokémon, Trainline, Amazon Ring and NCL. When Dontae is not in the office he’s at home producing music, catching Pokémon or watering his plants.

Ella Bagameri

Account Executive

Originally from Budapest, Ella moved to the UK to complete her Master’s at the University of Glasgow in International Communications, Media & Journalism in 2019. She made the move to London in 2021 and spent a year at PR agency Red Consultancy before joining Hope&Glory in August 2022. She works on clients including LinkedIn, Airbnb, Edrington UK, and Guide Dogs. Outside the office, Ella can be found adding paperbacks to her never-ending TBR list, discovering new food spots around London or cuddled up on the couch with her chubby cat.

Ella Stockton

Senior Account Executive

After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a History degree in 2019, Ella set off on her gap year travels to Australia and New Zealand, returning just a week before the UK went into lockdown. With previous experience working in a PR agency during a summer placement, she decided to further her knowledge of the wonderful world of PR by studying for the CIPR Professional PR Certificate during the summer of 2020. This lead on to her joining Hope&Glory (virtually) in January 2021, where she is working across an exciting variety of accounts including Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Etsy and WUKA. Outside of the office, you’ll find her trying out new restaurants around London, getting her daily steps in through some questionable dancing, or, more recently, assuring her puppy is comfortable on her lap before settling down with a good book.

Emma Battat

Senior Account Executive

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2019 after working at the retail specialist agency, Neat PR, and a marketing stint in Shanghai. After graduating with a degree in History from the University of Nottingham last year, Emma also spent some time travelling around Latin America.

Ready for a new challenge, Emma is now working for a variety of clients including Barclays Mortgages, LinkedIn, HTC, Symingtons and Beam Suntory, and she is excited to get stuck in. Outside of the office, Emma can be found planning her next adventure, dancing, or exploring London and its many restaurants.

Emma Smith

Financial Controller

Emma officially joined the Hope&Glory family in February 2016 with the office move after helping support the daily finances over the past year. Previously, Emma worked in finance for three years at Lansons after graduating from university with a degree in Accounts and Finance. She has since gone on to finish her professional accountancy exams. She is responsible for all the day-to-day financial needs and making sure there are no hiccups along the way. However, it’s not just the numbers and spreadsheets that make her turn up to work each day, she loves the buzz and energy around the office and the unpredictability of what could be coming her way next.

Emma Giles

Account Director

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in February 2020 after spending the last two and a half years at working in the consumer team at Hotwire where she worked on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts including McAfee, Hilton and ASUS, leading on press office activity and managing a range of media and influencer projects. There she got the chance to promote Mariah Carey’s surprising hostel appearance for Hostelworld and worked with McAfee on their annual ‘most dangerous celebrity’ campaign.

At Hope&Glory Emma works on Barclays Retail, Buzz Bingo, Get Living and Sony Campaigns, managing campaigns, press office activity and drinking copious amounts of coffee. Outside of work Emma can either be found scouring Skyscanner for a good deal or pounding the pavements and parks of SW London whilst listening to a true crime podcast.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Dominique Daly

Associate Director

“Hope&Glory born and bred,” Dom joined as a fresh-faced intern back in January 2013. In her time, she’s worked on a broad range of accounts across retail, travel, family, consumer tech and much more. Dom is a stalwart of the IKEA press office, making sure news out about the brand is getting out in new and exciting ways, and is particularly proud of the recent ‘Recommended Daily Allowance for Free Time’ campaign for Center Parcs, which ignited national conversation about children’s schedules. Outside of the office, Dom’s a fitness fanatic who can often be found trying to convince everyone in the office to join her at the gym.

Don Ferguson

Director

Don joined Hope&Glory in October 2012 having previously spent four years working on a number of consumer lifestyle brands at boutique food and travel PR agencies. He currently works across IKEA, Uber, Mr Black, Weber Grills, Symington Family Estates and the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio – heading up activity across a diverse range of drinks brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Naked Grouse, Auchentoshan, Roku and The House of Suntory’s range of Japanese whiskies. Some of his favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s month-long DIY ‘Dining Club’ pop-up restaurant and Breakfast in Bed Cafe, the launch of the Uber Comedy Car at The Edinburgh Festival and a happy few days working as the personal publicist for the iconic ginger-quiffed American talk show host Conan O’Brien for the launch of Turner Broadcasting-owned truTV in the UK. Scottish, ginger, obsessed with the movie Jaws and bearing more than a passing resemblance to a character from Game of Thrones, Don is generally considered a nice bloke (if a little beardy).y.

Dontae Couch

Account Assistant

Dontae joined Hope&Glory in June 2022, fresh out of university where he studied Business Management with Marketing honors at St Mary’s. Since joining the agency, Dontae has worked with clients such as Pokémon, Trainline, Amazon Ring and NCL. When Dontae is not in the office he’s at home producing music, catching Pokémon or watering his plants.

Ella Bagameri

Account Executive

Originally from Budapest, Ella moved to the UK to complete her Master’s at the University of Glasgow in International Communications, Media & Journalism in 2019. She made the move to London in 2021 and spent a year at PR agency Red Consultancy before joining Hope&Glory in August 2022. She works on clients including LinkedIn, Airbnb, Edrington UK, and Guide Dogs. Outside the office, Ella can be found adding paperbacks to her never-ending TBR list, discovering new food spots around London or cuddled up on the couch with her chubby cat.

Ella Stockton

Senior Account Executive

After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a History degree in 2019, Ella set off on her gap year travels to Australia and New Zealand, returning just a week before the UK went into lockdown. With previous experience working in a PR agency during a summer placement, she decided to further her knowledge of the wonderful world of PR by studying for the CIPR Professional PR Certificate during the summer of 2020. This lead on to her joining Hope&Glory (virtually) in January 2021, where she is working across an exciting variety of accounts including Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Etsy and WUKA. Outside of the office, you’ll find her trying out new restaurants around London, getting her daily steps in through some questionable dancing, or, more recently, assuring her puppy is comfortable on her lap before settling down with a good book.

Emma Battat

Senior Account Executive

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2019 after working at the retail specialist agency, Neat PR, and a marketing stint in Shanghai. After graduating with a degree in History from the University of Nottingham last year, Emma also spent some time travelling around Latin America.

Ready for a new challenge, Emma is now working for a variety of clients including Barclays Mortgages, LinkedIn, HTC, Symingtons and Beam Suntory, and she is excited to get stuck in. Outside of the office, Emma can be found planning her next adventure, dancing, or exploring London and its many restaurants.

Emma Smith

Financial Controller

Emma officially joined the Hope&Glory family in February 2016 with the office move after helping support the daily finances over the past year. Previously, Emma worked in finance for three years at Lansons after graduating from university with a degree in Accounts and Finance. She has since gone on to finish her professional accountancy exams. She is responsible for all the day-to-day financial needs and making sure there are no hiccups along the way. However, it’s not just the numbers and spreadsheets that make her turn up to work each day, she loves the buzz and energy around the office and the unpredictability of what could be coming her way next.

Emma Giles

Account Director

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in February 2020 after spending the last two and a half years at working in the consumer team at Hotwire where she worked on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts including McAfee, Hilton and ASUS, leading on press office activity and managing a range of media and influencer projects. There she got the chance to promote Mariah Carey’s surprising hostel appearance for Hostelworld and worked with McAfee on their annual ‘most dangerous celebrity’ campaign.

At Hope&Glory Emma works on Barclays Retail, Buzz Bingo, Get Living and Sony Campaigns, managing campaigns, press office activity and drinking copious amounts of coffee. Outside of work Emma can either be found scouring Skyscanner for a good deal or pounding the pavements and parks of SW London whilst listening to a true crime podcast.

Fiona Bull

Account Director

Fiona joined Hope&Glory in 2017 after completing her Master’s in Public History at Royal Holloway, University of London and spending time exploring America. Hope&Glory proved the perfect company to learn from, and during her time here, Fiona has worked on a range of accounts, most notably Argos, American Airlines and Uber Eats. Her highlights so far have been creating Britain’s first smart boat with Argos and Google, and walking the BAFTAs red carpet with American Airlines. Outside of work Fiona can usually be found listening to the latest true crime podcast or spoiling her dogs, Timo and Dex.

Flora Laven-Morris

Associate Director

Flora originally joined the land of Hope&Glory in June 2013 working across The Royal Mint, O2, Sony and Barclays among others. Trying to justify the politics degree, she had a yearlong stint as Head of Communications for the economic think tank, The Adam Smith Institute, getting a crash course in public affairs and economic policy. Despite its serious effort, politics still just couldn’t compete with the weird and wonderful world of consumer PR and Flora joined the “Hope&Glory Boomerang Club” in May 2017 working on clients including Pokemon and Facebook.

George Costi

Associate Director

George joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after nearly a decade working across a variety of gaming, tech and sports brands such as Activision, Electronic Arts, PlayStation, Square Enix, HONOR (Huawei), McDonald’s football sponsorship and Under Armour.

At Hope&Glory, he leads a diverse portfolio of accounts that includes Bethesda, DeNA, O2 and StubHub.Infamous around the office for his terrible taste in movies (if The Rock stars in it or Michael Bay directed it then it’s pretty much an instant-classic in his eyes!), he’s also a lifelong (and therefore long-suffering) Gooner and massive fan of pro wrasslin’.

Hope&Glory’s resident Imelda Marcos-wannabe, George can often be found shopping for trainers he definitely doesn’t need or have room for…!

Hannah Brady

Account Assistant

Hannah joined Hope&Glory after completing her degree in Politics & International Relations at Cardiff University. Prior to this she interned for VM COMMS where she worked on a range of beauty brands such as Dr.Jart+, Bobbi Brown and Beauty Bay. Hannah is now working on a variety of accounts including adidas, Greggs, Sainsburys food, Symingtons and Beam Suntory International.  Outside the office Hannah can be found on the Lacrosse pitch, hunting down the best espresso martinis in London (send any suggestions her way) or shopping (which she has elevated to an art form).

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Dominique Daly

Associate Director

“Hope&Glory born and bred,” Dom joined as a fresh-faced intern back in January 2013. In her time, she’s worked on a broad range of accounts across retail, travel, family, consumer tech and much more. Dom is a stalwart of the IKEA press office, making sure news out about the brand is getting out in new and exciting ways, and is particularly proud of the recent ‘Recommended Daily Allowance for Free Time’ campaign for Center Parcs, which ignited national conversation about children’s schedules. Outside of the office, Dom’s a fitness fanatic who can often be found trying to convince everyone in the office to join her at the gym.

Don Ferguson

Director

Don joined Hope&Glory in October 2012 having previously spent four years working on a number of consumer lifestyle brands at boutique food and travel PR agencies. He currently works across IKEA, Uber, Mr Black, Weber Grills, Symington Family Estates and the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio – heading up activity across a diverse range of drinks brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Naked Grouse, Auchentoshan, Roku and The House of Suntory’s range of Japanese whiskies. Some of his favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s month-long DIY ‘Dining Club’ pop-up restaurant and Breakfast in Bed Cafe, the launch of the Uber Comedy Car at The Edinburgh Festival and a happy few days working as the personal publicist for the iconic ginger-quiffed American talk show host Conan O’Brien for the launch of Turner Broadcasting-owned truTV in the UK. Scottish, ginger, obsessed with the movie Jaws and bearing more than a passing resemblance to a character from Game of Thrones, Don is generally considered a nice bloke (if a little beardy).y.

Dontae Couch

Account Assistant

Dontae joined Hope&Glory in June 2022, fresh out of university where he studied Business Management with Marketing honors at St Mary’s. Since joining the agency, Dontae has worked with clients such as Pokémon, Trainline, Amazon Ring and NCL. When Dontae is not in the office he’s at home producing music, catching Pokémon or watering his plants.

Ella Bagameri

Account Executive

Originally from Budapest, Ella moved to the UK to complete her Master’s at the University of Glasgow in International Communications, Media & Journalism in 2019. She made the move to London in 2021 and spent a year at PR agency Red Consultancy before joining Hope&Glory in August 2022. She works on clients including LinkedIn, Airbnb, Edrington UK, and Guide Dogs. Outside the office, Ella can be found adding paperbacks to her never-ending TBR list, discovering new food spots around London or cuddled up on the couch with her chubby cat.

Ella Stockton

Senior Account Executive

After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a History degree in 2019, Ella set off on her gap year travels to Australia and New Zealand, returning just a week before the UK went into lockdown. With previous experience working in a PR agency during a summer placement, she decided to further her knowledge of the wonderful world of PR by studying for the CIPR Professional PR Certificate during the summer of 2020. This lead on to her joining Hope&Glory (virtually) in January 2021, where she is working across an exciting variety of accounts including Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Etsy and WUKA. Outside of the office, you’ll find her trying out new restaurants around London, getting her daily steps in through some questionable dancing, or, more recently, assuring her puppy is comfortable on her lap before settling down with a good book.

Emma Battat

Senior Account Executive

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2019 after working at the retail specialist agency, Neat PR, and a marketing stint in Shanghai. After graduating with a degree in History from the University of Nottingham last year, Emma also spent some time travelling around Latin America.

Ready for a new challenge, Emma is now working for a variety of clients including Barclays Mortgages, LinkedIn, HTC, Symingtons and Beam Suntory, and she is excited to get stuck in. Outside of the office, Emma can be found planning her next adventure, dancing, or exploring London and its many restaurants.

Emma Smith

Financial Controller

Emma officially joined the Hope&Glory family in February 2016 with the office move after helping support the daily finances over the past year. Previously, Emma worked in finance for three years at Lansons after graduating from university with a degree in Accounts and Finance. She has since gone on to finish her professional accountancy exams. She is responsible for all the day-to-day financial needs and making sure there are no hiccups along the way. However, it’s not just the numbers and spreadsheets that make her turn up to work each day, she loves the buzz and energy around the office and the unpredictability of what could be coming her way next.

Emma Giles

Account Director

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in February 2020 after spending the last two and a half years at working in the consumer team at Hotwire where she worked on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts including McAfee, Hilton and ASUS, leading on press office activity and managing a range of media and influencer projects. There she got the chance to promote Mariah Carey’s surprising hostel appearance for Hostelworld and worked with McAfee on their annual ‘most dangerous celebrity’ campaign.

At Hope&Glory Emma works on Barclays Retail, Buzz Bingo, Get Living and Sony Campaigns, managing campaigns, press office activity and drinking copious amounts of coffee. Outside of work Emma can either be found scouring Skyscanner for a good deal or pounding the pavements and parks of SW London whilst listening to a true crime podcast.

Fiona Bull

Account Director

Fiona joined Hope&Glory in 2017 after completing her Master’s in Public History at Royal Holloway, University of London and spending time exploring America. Hope&Glory proved the perfect company to learn from, and during her time here, Fiona has worked on a range of accounts, most notably Argos, American Airlines and Uber Eats. Her highlights so far have been creating Britain’s first smart boat with Argos and Google, and walking the BAFTAs red carpet with American Airlines. Outside of work Fiona can usually be found listening to the latest true crime podcast or spoiling her dogs, Timo and Dex.

Flora Laven-Morris

Associate Director

Flora originally joined the land of Hope&Glory in June 2013 working across The Royal Mint, O2, Sony and Barclays among others. Trying to justify the politics degree, she had a yearlong stint as Head of Communications for the economic think tank, The Adam Smith Institute, getting a crash course in public affairs and economic policy. Despite its serious effort, politics still just couldn’t compete with the weird and wonderful world of consumer PR and Flora joined the “Hope&Glory Boomerang Club” in May 2017 working on clients including Pokemon and Facebook.

George Costi

Associate Director

George joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after nearly a decade working across a variety of gaming, tech and sports brands such as Activision, Electronic Arts, PlayStation, Square Enix, HONOR (Huawei), McDonald’s football sponsorship and Under Armour.

At Hope&Glory, he leads a diverse portfolio of accounts that includes Bethesda, DeNA, O2 and StubHub.Infamous around the office for his terrible taste in movies (if The Rock stars in it or Michael Bay directed it then it’s pretty much an instant-classic in his eyes!), he’s also a lifelong (and therefore long-suffering) Gooner and massive fan of pro wrasslin’.

Hope&Glory’s resident Imelda Marcos-wannabe, George can often be found shopping for trainers he definitely doesn’t need or have room for…!

Hannah Brady

Account Assistant

Hannah joined Hope&Glory after completing her degree in Politics & International Relations at Cardiff University. Prior to this she interned for VM COMMS where she worked on a range of beauty brands such as Dr.Jart+, Bobbi Brown and Beauty Bay. Hannah is now working on a variety of accounts including adidas, Greggs, Sainsburys food, Symingtons and Beam Suntory International.  Outside the office Hannah can be found on the Lacrosse pitch, hunting down the best espresso martinis in London (send any suggestions her way) or shopping (which she has elevated to an art form).

Hannah Jeffery

Office Manager

Hannah joined the Hope&Glory team in 2022 after over five years in operations and office management so she knows a thing or two about how a smooth office should run and the importance of getting the details right. She also dabbles in top class diary management, making sure our work lives are as efficient as possible. Outside work (and evident in this photo), Hannah’s skincare collection really does scream “obsession”, and she spends a lot of her spare time (and money) reviewing products and new launches, as well as being the go-to girl in friendship groups for beauty advice. Her other passion is attempting to grow vegetables at home (this year it’s tender stem broccoli).

Hannah Jones

Senior Account Manager

Hannah joined Hope&Glory in August 2021, following three years at Hotwire where she worked in the consumer team on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts, including OkCupid, McAfee, ASUS, Vrbo and Casper. There, she was part of McAfee’s infamous Most Dangerous Celebrity campaign team for three years running, as well as working on Vrbo’s award winning ‘Teddy Express’ campaign, through to setting the dating world to rights during lockdown with OkCupid. At Hope&Glory, Hannah works on Guinness, Edrington UK, Sony Content, Sony Xperia and Tourism Australia. Outside of the office, Hannah can be found roaming the streets (and bars) of Shoreditch, buying an obscene amount of plants from Columbia Flower Market and obsessing over the ultimate snack…crisps! Believe it or not, there isn’t a flavour she doesn’t like!

Holly Beth Dazely

Account Director

Holly Beth joined Hope&Glory in August 2017 after a stint at Brighton based agency Switched On Communications, where she cut her teeth on brands such as T2, SUSHISAMBA, Duck & Waffle, Taste of London and Visit Brighton. Prior to this, Holly Beth completed a degree in Marketing Communications at Bournemouth University (including a one year placement at L’Oreal), before travelling around Asia and Australia. Since joining the Hope&Glory team, she has worked on clients including Uber Eats, Argos, Fiji Water and London Coffee Festival. When not in the office, Holly can be found binge-watching crime dramas, eating her way around London and debating the validity of horoscopes.

Ignez Pereira Da Silva

Account Assistant

Ignez joined Hope&Glory in March 2022. Originally from Lisbon, Portugal, she has a background in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre and decided to move to London around four years ago to follow that passion. Ignez fit into the agency lifestyle very quickly: started working on our Front of House but quickly moved on to the PR side of the company, working with clients such as Le Creuset, feeding into her love for the brand and passion for home interior design. She is excited to carry on her PR journey with Hope&Glory and looks forward to working on more accounts in the future. Outside work, Ignez will either be watching an open-air musical, buried under her pile of TBR books, or – her favourite hobby – watching Formula One with friends.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Dominique Daly

Associate Director

“Hope&Glory born and bred,” Dom joined as a fresh-faced intern back in January 2013. In her time, she’s worked on a broad range of accounts across retail, travel, family, consumer tech and much more. Dom is a stalwart of the IKEA press office, making sure news out about the brand is getting out in new and exciting ways, and is particularly proud of the recent ‘Recommended Daily Allowance for Free Time’ campaign for Center Parcs, which ignited national conversation about children’s schedules. Outside of the office, Dom’s a fitness fanatic who can often be found trying to convince everyone in the office to join her at the gym.

Don Ferguson

Director

Don joined Hope&Glory in October 2012 having previously spent four years working on a number of consumer lifestyle brands at boutique food and travel PR agencies. He currently works across IKEA, Uber, Mr Black, Weber Grills, Symington Family Estates and the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio – heading up activity across a diverse range of drinks brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Naked Grouse, Auchentoshan, Roku and The House of Suntory’s range of Japanese whiskies. Some of his favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s month-long DIY ‘Dining Club’ pop-up restaurant and Breakfast in Bed Cafe, the launch of the Uber Comedy Car at The Edinburgh Festival and a happy few days working as the personal publicist for the iconic ginger-quiffed American talk show host Conan O’Brien for the launch of Turner Broadcasting-owned truTV in the UK. Scottish, ginger, obsessed with the movie Jaws and bearing more than a passing resemblance to a character from Game of Thrones, Don is generally considered a nice bloke (if a little beardy).y.

Dontae Couch

Account Assistant

Dontae joined Hope&Glory in June 2022, fresh out of university where he studied Business Management with Marketing honors at St Mary’s. Since joining the agency, Dontae has worked with clients such as Pokémon, Trainline, Amazon Ring and NCL. When Dontae is not in the office he’s at home producing music, catching Pokémon or watering his plants.

Ella Bagameri

Account Executive

Originally from Budapest, Ella moved to the UK to complete her Master’s at the University of Glasgow in International Communications, Media & Journalism in 2019. She made the move to London in 2021 and spent a year at PR agency Red Consultancy before joining Hope&Glory in August 2022. She works on clients including LinkedIn, Airbnb, Edrington UK, and Guide Dogs. Outside the office, Ella can be found adding paperbacks to her never-ending TBR list, discovering new food spots around London or cuddled up on the couch with her chubby cat.

Ella Stockton

Senior Account Executive

After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a History degree in 2019, Ella set off on her gap year travels to Australia and New Zealand, returning just a week before the UK went into lockdown. With previous experience working in a PR agency during a summer placement, she decided to further her knowledge of the wonderful world of PR by studying for the CIPR Professional PR Certificate during the summer of 2020. This lead on to her joining Hope&Glory (virtually) in January 2021, where she is working across an exciting variety of accounts including Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Etsy and WUKA. Outside of the office, you’ll find her trying out new restaurants around London, getting her daily steps in through some questionable dancing, or, more recently, assuring her puppy is comfortable on her lap before settling down with a good book.

Emma Battat

Senior Account Executive

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2019 after working at the retail specialist agency, Neat PR, and a marketing stint in Shanghai. After graduating with a degree in History from the University of Nottingham last year, Emma also spent some time travelling around Latin America.

Ready for a new challenge, Emma is now working for a variety of clients including Barclays Mortgages, LinkedIn, HTC, Symingtons and Beam Suntory, and she is excited to get stuck in. Outside of the office, Emma can be found planning her next adventure, dancing, or exploring London and its many restaurants.

Emma Smith

Financial Controller

Emma officially joined the Hope&Glory family in February 2016 with the office move after helping support the daily finances over the past year. Previously, Emma worked in finance for three years at Lansons after graduating from university with a degree in Accounts and Finance. She has since gone on to finish her professional accountancy exams. She is responsible for all the day-to-day financial needs and making sure there are no hiccups along the way. However, it’s not just the numbers and spreadsheets that make her turn up to work each day, she loves the buzz and energy around the office and the unpredictability of what could be coming her way next.

Emma Giles

Account Director

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in February 2020 after spending the last two and a half years at working in the consumer team at Hotwire where she worked on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts including McAfee, Hilton and ASUS, leading on press office activity and managing a range of media and influencer projects. There she got the chance to promote Mariah Carey’s surprising hostel appearance for Hostelworld and worked with McAfee on their annual ‘most dangerous celebrity’ campaign.

At Hope&Glory Emma works on Barclays Retail, Buzz Bingo, Get Living and Sony Campaigns, managing campaigns, press office activity and drinking copious amounts of coffee. Outside of work Emma can either be found scouring Skyscanner for a good deal or pounding the pavements and parks of SW London whilst listening to a true crime podcast.

Fiona Bull

Account Director

Fiona joined Hope&Glory in 2017 after completing her Master’s in Public History at Royal Holloway, University of London and spending time exploring America. Hope&Glory proved the perfect company to learn from, and during her time here, Fiona has worked on a range of accounts, most notably Argos, American Airlines and Uber Eats. Her highlights so far have been creating Britain’s first smart boat with Argos and Google, and walking the BAFTAs red carpet with American Airlines. Outside of work Fiona can usually be found listening to the latest true crime podcast or spoiling her dogs, Timo and Dex.

Flora Laven-Morris

Associate Director

Flora originally joined the land of Hope&Glory in June 2013 working across The Royal Mint, O2, Sony and Barclays among others. Trying to justify the politics degree, she had a yearlong stint as Head of Communications for the economic think tank, The Adam Smith Institute, getting a crash course in public affairs and economic policy. Despite its serious effort, politics still just couldn’t compete with the weird and wonderful world of consumer PR and Flora joined the “Hope&Glory Boomerang Club” in May 2017 working on clients including Pokemon and Facebook.

George Costi

Associate Director

George joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after nearly a decade working across a variety of gaming, tech and sports brands such as Activision, Electronic Arts, PlayStation, Square Enix, HONOR (Huawei), McDonald’s football sponsorship and Under Armour.

At Hope&Glory, he leads a diverse portfolio of accounts that includes Bethesda, DeNA, O2 and StubHub.Infamous around the office for his terrible taste in movies (if The Rock stars in it or Michael Bay directed it then it’s pretty much an instant-classic in his eyes!), he’s also a lifelong (and therefore long-suffering) Gooner and massive fan of pro wrasslin’.

Hope&Glory’s resident Imelda Marcos-wannabe, George can often be found shopping for trainers he definitely doesn’t need or have room for…!

Hannah Brady

Account Assistant

Hannah joined Hope&Glory after completing her degree in Politics & International Relations at Cardiff University. Prior to this she interned for VM COMMS where she worked on a range of beauty brands such as Dr.Jart+, Bobbi Brown and Beauty Bay. Hannah is now working on a variety of accounts including adidas, Greggs, Sainsburys food, Symingtons and Beam Suntory International.  Outside the office Hannah can be found on the Lacrosse pitch, hunting down the best espresso martinis in London (send any suggestions her way) or shopping (which she has elevated to an art form).

Hannah Jeffery

Office Manager

Hannah joined the Hope&Glory team in 2022 after over five years in operations and office management so she knows a thing or two about how a smooth office should run and the importance of getting the details right. She also dabbles in top class diary management, making sure our work lives are as efficient as possible. Outside work (and evident in this photo), Hannah’s skincare collection really does scream “obsession”, and she spends a lot of her spare time (and money) reviewing products and new launches, as well as being the go-to girl in friendship groups for beauty advice. Her other passion is attempting to grow vegetables at home (this year it’s tender stem broccoli).

Hannah Jones

Senior Account Manager

Hannah joined Hope&Glory in August 2021, following three years at Hotwire where she worked in the consumer team on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts, including OkCupid, McAfee, ASUS, Vrbo and Casper. There, she was part of McAfee’s infamous Most Dangerous Celebrity campaign team for three years running, as well as working on Vrbo’s award winning ‘Teddy Express’ campaign, through to setting the dating world to rights during lockdown with OkCupid. At Hope&Glory, Hannah works on Guinness, Edrington UK, Sony Content, Sony Xperia and Tourism Australia. Outside of the office, Hannah can be found roaming the streets (and bars) of Shoreditch, buying an obscene amount of plants from Columbia Flower Market and obsessing over the ultimate snack…crisps! Believe it or not, there isn’t a flavour she doesn’t like!

Holly Beth Dazely

Account Director

Holly Beth joined Hope&Glory in August 2017 after a stint at Brighton based agency Switched On Communications, where she cut her teeth on brands such as T2, SUSHISAMBA, Duck & Waffle, Taste of London and Visit Brighton. Prior to this, Holly Beth completed a degree in Marketing Communications at Bournemouth University (including a one year placement at L’Oreal), before travelling around Asia and Australia. Since joining the Hope&Glory team, she has worked on clients including Uber Eats, Argos, Fiji Water and London Coffee Festival. When not in the office, Holly can be found binge-watching crime dramas, eating her way around London and debating the validity of horoscopes.

Ignez Pereira Da Silva

Account Assistant

Ignez joined Hope&Glory in March 2022. Originally from Lisbon, Portugal, she has a background in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre and decided to move to London around four years ago to follow that passion. Ignez fit into the agency lifestyle very quickly: started working on our Front of House but quickly moved on to the PR side of the company, working with clients such as Le Creuset, feeding into her love for the brand and passion for home interior design. She is excited to carry on her PR journey with Hope&Glory and looks forward to working on more accounts in the future. Outside work, Ignez will either be watching an open-air musical, buried under her pile of TBR books, or – her favourite hobby – watching Formula One with friends.

Jack Ashton

Account Manager

Jack joined the Hope&Glory team in October 2022. After graduating from the University of East Anglia in 2019, he traded the Norfolk broads for pitches and press releases and completed a year-long stint in PR in Manchester before moving to London for two years at Milk & Honey. Since making the move to Hope&Glory, he has kicked off work across LinkedIn, Findmypast, Sainsburys, SEGA and Pokémon. When he’s not doing that, you’ll find him failing to beat his running PBs, coveting the latest paperback, or completing the latest Pokédex.

Jack Hutchinson

Creative Director

Jack is a Creative Director at Hope&Glory. He joined with over a decade’s experience at agencies including Mischief, The Brooklyn Brothers, M&C Saatchi PR and Kaper, creating attention grabbing work for clients ranging from LEGO to Coca-Cola to Jaguar Land Rover. As well as being passionate about all things creative, Jack is a keen advocate of bringing talent from a range of backgrounds into the industry and has been a long-time mentor on schemes such as D&AD Shift. When not in the office, you will likely find him behind the wheel of a car, at the table of a bougie restaurant or “in the studio” (aka his office / man cave) making some “bass heavy beats”.

Jacob Potter

Account Assistant

James Brown

Senior Account Manager

James joined Hope&Glory in May 2019 following two-year spells at both Frank and Burson-Marsteller where he gained a host of experience ranging from selling-out The Big Feastival and HSBC Rugby Sevens, promoting the Jamaica and Egypt tourist boards, to launching cars for Volvo and Ford. He is most proud of his involvement in the Missing Type campaign for the NHS Blood & Transplant and his environmental efforts for the Lewis Pugh Foundation.

Since his arrival at Hope&Glory, James has activated sports sponsorship opportunities for American Express, Hotels.com and Paddy Power across the worlds of tennis, football and thumb wrestling. His current clients include Guinness, Sony, Hostelworld, O2 and Bethesda.

James studied Journalism at Cardiff University before swiftly making the move to the ‘dark side’ for a PR career in the bright lights of London. He can usually be found with a pint in his hand at pub quizzes, reminiscing about the better times at Old Trafford, or hitting a gaming marathon on his PS4.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Dominique Daly

Associate Director

“Hope&Glory born and bred,” Dom joined as a fresh-faced intern back in January 2013. In her time, she’s worked on a broad range of accounts across retail, travel, family, consumer tech and much more. Dom is a stalwart of the IKEA press office, making sure news out about the brand is getting out in new and exciting ways, and is particularly proud of the recent ‘Recommended Daily Allowance for Free Time’ campaign for Center Parcs, which ignited national conversation about children’s schedules. Outside of the office, Dom’s a fitness fanatic who can often be found trying to convince everyone in the office to join her at the gym.

Don Ferguson

Director

Don joined Hope&Glory in October 2012 having previously spent four years working on a number of consumer lifestyle brands at boutique food and travel PR agencies. He currently works across IKEA, Uber, Mr Black, Weber Grills, Symington Family Estates and the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio – heading up activity across a diverse range of drinks brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Naked Grouse, Auchentoshan, Roku and The House of Suntory’s range of Japanese whiskies. Some of his favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s month-long DIY ‘Dining Club’ pop-up restaurant and Breakfast in Bed Cafe, the launch of the Uber Comedy Car at The Edinburgh Festival and a happy few days working as the personal publicist for the iconic ginger-quiffed American talk show host Conan O’Brien for the launch of Turner Broadcasting-owned truTV in the UK. Scottish, ginger, obsessed with the movie Jaws and bearing more than a passing resemblance to a character from Game of Thrones, Don is generally considered a nice bloke (if a little beardy).y.

Dontae Couch

Account Assistant

Dontae joined Hope&Glory in June 2022, fresh out of university where he studied Business Management with Marketing honors at St Mary’s. Since joining the agency, Dontae has worked with clients such as Pokémon, Trainline, Amazon Ring and NCL. When Dontae is not in the office he’s at home producing music, catching Pokémon or watering his plants.

Ella Bagameri

Account Executive

Originally from Budapest, Ella moved to the UK to complete her Master’s at the University of Glasgow in International Communications, Media & Journalism in 2019. She made the move to London in 2021 and spent a year at PR agency Red Consultancy before joining Hope&Glory in August 2022. She works on clients including LinkedIn, Airbnb, Edrington UK, and Guide Dogs. Outside the office, Ella can be found adding paperbacks to her never-ending TBR list, discovering new food spots around London or cuddled up on the couch with her chubby cat.

Ella Stockton

Senior Account Executive

After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a History degree in 2019, Ella set off on her gap year travels to Australia and New Zealand, returning just a week before the UK went into lockdown. With previous experience working in a PR agency during a summer placement, she decided to further her knowledge of the wonderful world of PR by studying for the CIPR Professional PR Certificate during the summer of 2020. This lead on to her joining Hope&Glory (virtually) in January 2021, where she is working across an exciting variety of accounts including Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Etsy and WUKA. Outside of the office, you’ll find her trying out new restaurants around London, getting her daily steps in through some questionable dancing, or, more recently, assuring her puppy is comfortable on her lap before settling down with a good book.

Emma Battat

Senior Account Executive

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2019 after working at the retail specialist agency, Neat PR, and a marketing stint in Shanghai. After graduating with a degree in History from the University of Nottingham last year, Emma also spent some time travelling around Latin America.

Ready for a new challenge, Emma is now working for a variety of clients including Barclays Mortgages, LinkedIn, HTC, Symingtons and Beam Suntory, and she is excited to get stuck in. Outside of the office, Emma can be found planning her next adventure, dancing, or exploring London and its many restaurants.

Emma Smith

Financial Controller

Emma officially joined the Hope&Glory family in February 2016 with the office move after helping support the daily finances over the past year. Previously, Emma worked in finance for three years at Lansons after graduating from university with a degree in Accounts and Finance. She has since gone on to finish her professional accountancy exams. She is responsible for all the day-to-day financial needs and making sure there are no hiccups along the way. However, it’s not just the numbers and spreadsheets that make her turn up to work each day, she loves the buzz and energy around the office and the unpredictability of what could be coming her way next.

Emma Giles

Account Director

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in February 2020 after spending the last two and a half years at working in the consumer team at Hotwire where she worked on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts including McAfee, Hilton and ASUS, leading on press office activity and managing a range of media and influencer projects. There she got the chance to promote Mariah Carey’s surprising hostel appearance for Hostelworld and worked with McAfee on their annual ‘most dangerous celebrity’ campaign.

At Hope&Glory Emma works on Barclays Retail, Buzz Bingo, Get Living and Sony Campaigns, managing campaigns, press office activity and drinking copious amounts of coffee. Outside of work Emma can either be found scouring Skyscanner for a good deal or pounding the pavements and parks of SW London whilst listening to a true crime podcast.

Fiona Bull

Account Director

Fiona joined Hope&Glory in 2017 after completing her Master’s in Public History at Royal Holloway, University of London and spending time exploring America. Hope&Glory proved the perfect company to learn from, and during her time here, Fiona has worked on a range of accounts, most notably Argos, American Airlines and Uber Eats. Her highlights so far have been creating Britain’s first smart boat with Argos and Google, and walking the BAFTAs red carpet with American Airlines. Outside of work Fiona can usually be found listening to the latest true crime podcast or spoiling her dogs, Timo and Dex.

Flora Laven-Morris

Associate Director

Flora originally joined the land of Hope&Glory in June 2013 working across The Royal Mint, O2, Sony and Barclays among others. Trying to justify the politics degree, she had a yearlong stint as Head of Communications for the economic think tank, The Adam Smith Institute, getting a crash course in public affairs and economic policy. Despite its serious effort, politics still just couldn’t compete with the weird and wonderful world of consumer PR and Flora joined the “Hope&Glory Boomerang Club” in May 2017 working on clients including Pokemon and Facebook.

George Costi

Associate Director

George joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after nearly a decade working across a variety of gaming, tech and sports brands such as Activision, Electronic Arts, PlayStation, Square Enix, HONOR (Huawei), McDonald’s football sponsorship and Under Armour.

At Hope&Glory, he leads a diverse portfolio of accounts that includes Bethesda, DeNA, O2 and StubHub.Infamous around the office for his terrible taste in movies (if The Rock stars in it or Michael Bay directed it then it’s pretty much an instant-classic in his eyes!), he’s also a lifelong (and therefore long-suffering) Gooner and massive fan of pro wrasslin’.

Hope&Glory’s resident Imelda Marcos-wannabe, George can often be found shopping for trainers he definitely doesn’t need or have room for…!

Hannah Brady

Account Assistant

Hannah joined Hope&Glory after completing her degree in Politics & International Relations at Cardiff University. Prior to this she interned for VM COMMS where she worked on a range of beauty brands such as Dr.Jart+, Bobbi Brown and Beauty Bay. Hannah is now working on a variety of accounts including adidas, Greggs, Sainsburys food, Symingtons and Beam Suntory International.  Outside the office Hannah can be found on the Lacrosse pitch, hunting down the best espresso martinis in London (send any suggestions her way) or shopping (which she has elevated to an art form).

Hannah Jeffery

Office Manager

Hannah joined the Hope&Glory team in 2022 after over five years in operations and office management so she knows a thing or two about how a smooth office should run and the importance of getting the details right. She also dabbles in top class diary management, making sure our work lives are as efficient as possible. Outside work (and evident in this photo), Hannah’s skincare collection really does scream “obsession”, and she spends a lot of her spare time (and money) reviewing products and new launches, as well as being the go-to girl in friendship groups for beauty advice. Her other passion is attempting to grow vegetables at home (this year it’s tender stem broccoli).

Hannah Jones

Senior Account Manager

Hannah joined Hope&Glory in August 2021, following three years at Hotwire where she worked in the consumer team on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts, including OkCupid, McAfee, ASUS, Vrbo and Casper. There, she was part of McAfee’s infamous Most Dangerous Celebrity campaign team for three years running, as well as working on Vrbo’s award winning ‘Teddy Express’ campaign, through to setting the dating world to rights during lockdown with OkCupid. At Hope&Glory, Hannah works on Guinness, Edrington UK, Sony Content, Sony Xperia and Tourism Australia. Outside of the office, Hannah can be found roaming the streets (and bars) of Shoreditch, buying an obscene amount of plants from Columbia Flower Market and obsessing over the ultimate snack…crisps! Believe it or not, there isn’t a flavour she doesn’t like!

Holly Beth Dazely

Account Director

Holly Beth joined Hope&Glory in August 2017 after a stint at Brighton based agency Switched On Communications, where she cut her teeth on brands such as T2, SUSHISAMBA, Duck & Waffle, Taste of London and Visit Brighton. Prior to this, Holly Beth completed a degree in Marketing Communications at Bournemouth University (including a one year placement at L’Oreal), before travelling around Asia and Australia. Since joining the Hope&Glory team, she has worked on clients including Uber Eats, Argos, Fiji Water and London Coffee Festival. When not in the office, Holly can be found binge-watching crime dramas, eating her way around London and debating the validity of horoscopes.

Ignez Pereira Da Silva

Account Assistant

Ignez joined Hope&Glory in March 2022. Originally from Lisbon, Portugal, she has a background in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre and decided to move to London around four years ago to follow that passion. Ignez fit into the agency lifestyle very quickly: started working on our Front of House but quickly moved on to the PR side of the company, working with clients such as Le Creuset, feeding into her love for the brand and passion for home interior design. She is excited to carry on her PR journey with Hope&Glory and looks forward to working on more accounts in the future. Outside work, Ignez will either be watching an open-air musical, buried under her pile of TBR books, or – her favourite hobby – watching Formula One with friends.

Jack Ashton

Account Manager

Jack joined the Hope&Glory team in October 2022. After graduating from the University of East Anglia in 2019, he traded the Norfolk broads for pitches and press releases and completed a year-long stint in PR in Manchester before moving to London for two years at Milk & Honey. Since making the move to Hope&Glory, he has kicked off work across LinkedIn, Findmypast, Sainsburys, SEGA and Pokémon. When he’s not doing that, you’ll find him failing to beat his running PBs, coveting the latest paperback, or completing the latest Pokédex.

Jack Hutchinson

Creative Director

Jack is a Creative Director at Hope&Glory. He joined with over a decade’s experience at agencies including Mischief, The Brooklyn Brothers, M&C Saatchi PR and Kaper, creating attention grabbing work for clients ranging from LEGO to Coca-Cola to Jaguar Land Rover. As well as being passionate about all things creative, Jack is a keen advocate of bringing talent from a range of backgrounds into the industry and has been a long-time mentor on schemes such as D&AD Shift. When not in the office, you will likely find him behind the wheel of a car, at the table of a bougie restaurant or “in the studio” (aka his office / man cave) making some “bass heavy beats”.

Jacob Potter

Account Assistant

James Brown

Senior Account Manager

James joined Hope&Glory in May 2019 following two-year spells at both Frank and Burson-Marsteller where he gained a host of experience ranging from selling-out The Big Feastival and HSBC Rugby Sevens, promoting the Jamaica and Egypt tourist boards, to launching cars for Volvo and Ford. He is most proud of his involvement in the Missing Type campaign for the NHS Blood & Transplant and his environmental efforts for the Lewis Pugh Foundation.

Since his arrival at Hope&Glory, James has activated sports sponsorship opportunities for American Express, Hotels.com and Paddy Power across the worlds of tennis, football and thumb wrestling. His current clients include Guinness, Sony, Hostelworld, O2 and Bethesda.

James studied Journalism at Cardiff University before swiftly making the move to the ‘dark side’ for a PR career in the bright lights of London. He can usually be found with a pint in his hand at pub quizzes, reminiscing about the better times at Old Trafford, or hitting a gaming marathon on his PS4.

James Gordon-MacIntosh

Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer

James is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. He started the agency alongside Jo at the end of 2011, prior to which he was managing partner at Seventy Seven PR (now a part of FleishmanHillard Fishburn). Together, he and Jo have so far managed to build a respectably accomplished team that work on some fantastic clients. Some of his favourite pieces of work in the last five years includes catapulting the HTC “Phonies” campaign to global fame and dramatically increasing sales, luring 12,000 people to a cheese and wine festival by recreating Beyoncé’s infamous pregnancy announcement – dubbed “Brie-oncé”, and creating DN-Ale, the world’s first beer to based on the DNA of its Brewmaster for Meantime.

James Keiller

Senior Creative

James started at Hope&Glory in April 2015 after short placements at Citizen Relations and FleishmanHillard. Over the last three years he’s done a cracking Blofeld impression for O2 “Cat Casting”, paid his respects by creating a seven-foot-high portrait of the Queen out of coins, and opened a Game of Thrones bakery with the show’s very own Hot Pie. Currently loving working on Facebook, The Royal Mint, Barclays Retail, Isle of Man, HTC Vive, Nvidia and Uber Eats, he’s looking forward to the coming months in which he’ll no doubt be getting up to more madness across the agency.

Jen Murdoch

Associate Director

Jen joined Hope&Glory back in February 2014 and, throughout her time at the agency, has grown into a key member of the senior team. In those 5+ years, Jen has shone a light (literally!) on Marie Curie nurses and the great work they do with our Garden of Light and Memory Tree campaigns for the charity, enlisted rugby legends Gareth Thomas and Lewis Moody to list their homes on Airbnb for the Rugby World Cup, and visited small shops up and down the country in the name of Small Business Saturday.

Jenni David

Senior Account Executive

Jenni has re-joined the team at Hope&Glory after spending her year in industry at the agency. Now graduated with a degree in Public Relations from Bournemouth University, Jenni is back and has already been involved in some amazing campaigns and now works on the likes of Get Living, Bethesda, The Famous Grouse and Sainsbury’s. Outside of the office Jenni can be found trying out the latest bottomless brunch spots, practising her baking skills, or attempting to master her latest challenge, roller skating…despite her notorious clumsiness.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Dominique Daly

Associate Director

“Hope&Glory born and bred,” Dom joined as a fresh-faced intern back in January 2013. In her time, she’s worked on a broad range of accounts across retail, travel, family, consumer tech and much more. Dom is a stalwart of the IKEA press office, making sure news out about the brand is getting out in new and exciting ways, and is particularly proud of the recent ‘Recommended Daily Allowance for Free Time’ campaign for Center Parcs, which ignited national conversation about children’s schedules. Outside of the office, Dom’s a fitness fanatic who can often be found trying to convince everyone in the office to join her at the gym.

Don Ferguson

Director

Don joined Hope&Glory in October 2012 having previously spent four years working on a number of consumer lifestyle brands at boutique food and travel PR agencies. He currently works across IKEA, Uber, Mr Black, Weber Grills, Symington Family Estates and the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio – heading up activity across a diverse range of drinks brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Naked Grouse, Auchentoshan, Roku and The House of Suntory’s range of Japanese whiskies. Some of his favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s month-long DIY ‘Dining Club’ pop-up restaurant and Breakfast in Bed Cafe, the launch of the Uber Comedy Car at The Edinburgh Festival and a happy few days working as the personal publicist for the iconic ginger-quiffed American talk show host Conan O’Brien for the launch of Turner Broadcasting-owned truTV in the UK. Scottish, ginger, obsessed with the movie Jaws and bearing more than a passing resemblance to a character from Game of Thrones, Don is generally considered a nice bloke (if a little beardy).y.

Dontae Couch

Account Assistant

Dontae joined Hope&Glory in June 2022, fresh out of university where he studied Business Management with Marketing honors at St Mary’s. Since joining the agency, Dontae has worked with clients such as Pokémon, Trainline, Amazon Ring and NCL. When Dontae is not in the office he’s at home producing music, catching Pokémon or watering his plants.

Ella Bagameri

Account Executive

Originally from Budapest, Ella moved to the UK to complete her Master’s at the University of Glasgow in International Communications, Media & Journalism in 2019. She made the move to London in 2021 and spent a year at PR agency Red Consultancy before joining Hope&Glory in August 2022. She works on clients including LinkedIn, Airbnb, Edrington UK, and Guide Dogs. Outside the office, Ella can be found adding paperbacks to her never-ending TBR list, discovering new food spots around London or cuddled up on the couch with her chubby cat.

Ella Stockton

Senior Account Executive

After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a History degree in 2019, Ella set off on her gap year travels to Australia and New Zealand, returning just a week before the UK went into lockdown. With previous experience working in a PR agency during a summer placement, she decided to further her knowledge of the wonderful world of PR by studying for the CIPR Professional PR Certificate during the summer of 2020. This lead on to her joining Hope&Glory (virtually) in January 2021, where she is working across an exciting variety of accounts including Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Etsy and WUKA. Outside of the office, you’ll find her trying out new restaurants around London, getting her daily steps in through some questionable dancing, or, more recently, assuring her puppy is comfortable on her lap before settling down with a good book.

Emma Battat

Senior Account Executive

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2019 after working at the retail specialist agency, Neat PR, and a marketing stint in Shanghai. After graduating with a degree in History from the University of Nottingham last year, Emma also spent some time travelling around Latin America.

Ready for a new challenge, Emma is now working for a variety of clients including Barclays Mortgages, LinkedIn, HTC, Symingtons and Beam Suntory, and she is excited to get stuck in. Outside of the office, Emma can be found planning her next adventure, dancing, or exploring London and its many restaurants.

Emma Smith

Financial Controller

Emma officially joined the Hope&Glory family in February 2016 with the office move after helping support the daily finances over the past year. Previously, Emma worked in finance for three years at Lansons after graduating from university with a degree in Accounts and Finance. She has since gone on to finish her professional accountancy exams. She is responsible for all the day-to-day financial needs and making sure there are no hiccups along the way. However, it’s not just the numbers and spreadsheets that make her turn up to work each day, she loves the buzz and energy around the office and the unpredictability of what could be coming her way next.

Emma Giles

Account Director

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in February 2020 after spending the last two and a half years at working in the consumer team at Hotwire where she worked on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts including McAfee, Hilton and ASUS, leading on press office activity and managing a range of media and influencer projects. There she got the chance to promote Mariah Carey’s surprising hostel appearance for Hostelworld and worked with McAfee on their annual ‘most dangerous celebrity’ campaign.

At Hope&Glory Emma works on Barclays Retail, Buzz Bingo, Get Living and Sony Campaigns, managing campaigns, press office activity and drinking copious amounts of coffee. Outside of work Emma can either be found scouring Skyscanner for a good deal or pounding the pavements and parks of SW London whilst listening to a true crime podcast.

Fiona Bull

Account Director

Fiona joined Hope&Glory in 2017 after completing her Master’s in Public History at Royal Holloway, University of London and spending time exploring America. Hope&Glory proved the perfect company to learn from, and during her time here, Fiona has worked on a range of accounts, most notably Argos, American Airlines and Uber Eats. Her highlights so far have been creating Britain’s first smart boat with Argos and Google, and walking the BAFTAs red carpet with American Airlines. Outside of work Fiona can usually be found listening to the latest true crime podcast or spoiling her dogs, Timo and Dex.

Flora Laven-Morris

Associate Director

Flora originally joined the land of Hope&Glory in June 2013 working across The Royal Mint, O2, Sony and Barclays among others. Trying to justify the politics degree, she had a yearlong stint as Head of Communications for the economic think tank, The Adam Smith Institute, getting a crash course in public affairs and economic policy. Despite its serious effort, politics still just couldn’t compete with the weird and wonderful world of consumer PR and Flora joined the “Hope&Glory Boomerang Club” in May 2017 working on clients including Pokemon and Facebook.

George Costi

Associate Director

George joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after nearly a decade working across a variety of gaming, tech and sports brands such as Activision, Electronic Arts, PlayStation, Square Enix, HONOR (Huawei), McDonald’s football sponsorship and Under Armour.

At Hope&Glory, he leads a diverse portfolio of accounts that includes Bethesda, DeNA, O2 and StubHub.Infamous around the office for his terrible taste in movies (if The Rock stars in it or Michael Bay directed it then it’s pretty much an instant-classic in his eyes!), he’s also a lifelong (and therefore long-suffering) Gooner and massive fan of pro wrasslin’.

Hope&Glory’s resident Imelda Marcos-wannabe, George can often be found shopping for trainers he definitely doesn’t need or have room for…!

Hannah Brady

Account Assistant

Hannah joined Hope&Glory after completing her degree in Politics & International Relations at Cardiff University. Prior to this she interned for VM COMMS where she worked on a range of beauty brands such as Dr.Jart+, Bobbi Brown and Beauty Bay. Hannah is now working on a variety of accounts including adidas, Greggs, Sainsburys food, Symingtons and Beam Suntory International.  Outside the office Hannah can be found on the Lacrosse pitch, hunting down the best espresso martinis in London (send any suggestions her way) or shopping (which she has elevated to an art form).

Hannah Jeffery

Office Manager

Hannah joined the Hope&Glory team in 2022 after over five years in operations and office management so she knows a thing or two about how a smooth office should run and the importance of getting the details right. She also dabbles in top class diary management, making sure our work lives are as efficient as possible. Outside work (and evident in this photo), Hannah’s skincare collection really does scream “obsession”, and she spends a lot of her spare time (and money) reviewing products and new launches, as well as being the go-to girl in friendship groups for beauty advice. Her other passion is attempting to grow vegetables at home (this year it’s tender stem broccoli).

Hannah Jones

Senior Account Manager

Hannah joined Hope&Glory in August 2021, following three years at Hotwire where she worked in the consumer team on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts, including OkCupid, McAfee, ASUS, Vrbo and Casper. There, she was part of McAfee’s infamous Most Dangerous Celebrity campaign team for three years running, as well as working on Vrbo’s award winning ‘Teddy Express’ campaign, through to setting the dating world to rights during lockdown with OkCupid. At Hope&Glory, Hannah works on Guinness, Edrington UK, Sony Content, Sony Xperia and Tourism Australia. Outside of the office, Hannah can be found roaming the streets (and bars) of Shoreditch, buying an obscene amount of plants from Columbia Flower Market and obsessing over the ultimate snack…crisps! Believe it or not, there isn’t a flavour she doesn’t like!

Holly Beth Dazely

Account Director

Holly Beth joined Hope&Glory in August 2017 after a stint at Brighton based agency Switched On Communications, where she cut her teeth on brands such as T2, SUSHISAMBA, Duck & Waffle, Taste of London and Visit Brighton. Prior to this, Holly Beth completed a degree in Marketing Communications at Bournemouth University (including a one year placement at L’Oreal), before travelling around Asia and Australia. Since joining the Hope&Glory team, she has worked on clients including Uber Eats, Argos, Fiji Water and London Coffee Festival. When not in the office, Holly can be found binge-watching crime dramas, eating her way around London and debating the validity of horoscopes.

Ignez Pereira Da Silva

Account Assistant

Ignez joined Hope&Glory in March 2022. Originally from Lisbon, Portugal, she has a background in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre and decided to move to London around four years ago to follow that passion. Ignez fit into the agency lifestyle very quickly: started working on our Front of House but quickly moved on to the PR side of the company, working with clients such as Le Creuset, feeding into her love for the brand and passion for home interior design. She is excited to carry on her PR journey with Hope&Glory and looks forward to working on more accounts in the future. Outside work, Ignez will either be watching an open-air musical, buried under her pile of TBR books, or – her favourite hobby – watching Formula One with friends.

Jack Ashton

Account Manager

Jack joined the Hope&Glory team in October 2022. After graduating from the University of East Anglia in 2019, he traded the Norfolk broads for pitches and press releases and completed a year-long stint in PR in Manchester before moving to London for two years at Milk & Honey. Since making the move to Hope&Glory, he has kicked off work across LinkedIn, Findmypast, Sainsburys, SEGA and Pokémon. When he’s not doing that, you’ll find him failing to beat his running PBs, coveting the latest paperback, or completing the latest Pokédex.

Jack Hutchinson

Creative Director

Jack is a Creative Director at Hope&Glory. He joined with over a decade’s experience at agencies including Mischief, The Brooklyn Brothers, M&C Saatchi PR and Kaper, creating attention grabbing work for clients ranging from LEGO to Coca-Cola to Jaguar Land Rover. As well as being passionate about all things creative, Jack is a keen advocate of bringing talent from a range of backgrounds into the industry and has been a long-time mentor on schemes such as D&AD Shift. When not in the office, you will likely find him behind the wheel of a car, at the table of a bougie restaurant or “in the studio” (aka his office / man cave) making some “bass heavy beats”.

Jacob Potter

Account Assistant

James Brown

Senior Account Manager

James joined Hope&Glory in May 2019 following two-year spells at both Frank and Burson-Marsteller where he gained a host of experience ranging from selling-out The Big Feastival and HSBC Rugby Sevens, promoting the Jamaica and Egypt tourist boards, to launching cars for Volvo and Ford. He is most proud of his involvement in the Missing Type campaign for the NHS Blood & Transplant and his environmental efforts for the Lewis Pugh Foundation.

Since his arrival at Hope&Glory, James has activated sports sponsorship opportunities for American Express, Hotels.com and Paddy Power across the worlds of tennis, football and thumb wrestling. His current clients include Guinness, Sony, Hostelworld, O2 and Bethesda.

James studied Journalism at Cardiff University before swiftly making the move to the ‘dark side’ for a PR career in the bright lights of London. He can usually be found with a pint in his hand at pub quizzes, reminiscing about the better times at Old Trafford, or hitting a gaming marathon on his PS4.

James Gordon-MacIntosh

Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer

James is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. He started the agency alongside Jo at the end of 2011, prior to which he was managing partner at Seventy Seven PR (now a part of FleishmanHillard Fishburn). Together, he and Jo have so far managed to build a respectably accomplished team that work on some fantastic clients. Some of his favourite pieces of work in the last five years includes catapulting the HTC “Phonies” campaign to global fame and dramatically increasing sales, luring 12,000 people to a cheese and wine festival by recreating Beyoncé’s infamous pregnancy announcement – dubbed “Brie-oncé”, and creating DN-Ale, the world’s first beer to based on the DNA of its Brewmaster for Meantime.

James Keiller

Senior Creative

James started at Hope&Glory in April 2015 after short placements at Citizen Relations and FleishmanHillard. Over the last three years he’s done a cracking Blofeld impression for O2 “Cat Casting”, paid his respects by creating a seven-foot-high portrait of the Queen out of coins, and opened a Game of Thrones bakery with the show’s very own Hot Pie. Currently loving working on Facebook, The Royal Mint, Barclays Retail, Isle of Man, HTC Vive, Nvidia and Uber Eats, he’s looking forward to the coming months in which he’ll no doubt be getting up to more madness across the agency.

Jen Murdoch

Associate Director

Jen joined Hope&Glory back in February 2014 and, throughout her time at the agency, has grown into a key member of the senior team. In those 5+ years, Jen has shone a light (literally!) on Marie Curie nurses and the great work they do with our Garden of Light and Memory Tree campaigns for the charity, enlisted rugby legends Gareth Thomas and Lewis Moody to list their homes on Airbnb for the Rugby World Cup, and visited small shops up and down the country in the name of Small Business Saturday.

Jenni David

Senior Account Executive

Jenni has re-joined the team at Hope&Glory after spending her year in industry at the agency. Now graduated with a degree in Public Relations from Bournemouth University, Jenni is back and has already been involved in some amazing campaigns and now works on the likes of Get Living, Bethesda, The Famous Grouse and Sainsbury’s. Outside of the office Jenni can be found trying out the latest bottomless brunch spots, practising her baking skills, or attempting to master her latest challenge, roller skating…despite her notorious clumsiness.

Jennie Muir

Senior Account Executive

Jennie joined Hope&Glory in November 2020, after working for the creative agency Taylor Herring, where she worked across various brands such as Samsung, easyJet, Just Eat and Disney. She moved to the UK from Canada in 2019 to finish her postgraduate program in public relations. In Toronto, she had the opportunity to work with iconic Canadian companies like Roots and EntertainmentOne. Now she works across a number of Hope&Glory projects ranging from Pokémon to American Express. In addition to her passion for PR, Jennie comes from a long line of badminton legends but also enjoys tennis, squash, soccer and snowboarding. Any London pizza spot recommendations please send her way.

Jess Gardiner

Account Director

Jess joined Hope&Glory in 2022 after spending four years at the Omnicom Group and the next four years at Mischief PR. Previously, Jess has worked on a vast range of big-name consumer brands, ranging from The LEGO Group, Honda, ODEON Cinemas, Nestle, and Vodafone. AT H&G, Jess is currently working with the likes of Uber and Uber Eats, Virgin Media O2, The Royal Mint and Buzz Bingo. Jess loves creating exciting work that grabs attention and gets people talking and finds nothing more satisfying than friends and family seeing the results of her work in the wild. Outside work, Jess is learning the ropes as a new dog mum and is on a seemingly never-ending mission to renovate her north London flat.

Jessica Smith

Account Manager

Having just graduated from the University of Bristol with a degree in English Literature, Jessica joined Hope&Glory as an Account Assistant in August 2019.

Jess previously had some experience in marketing, but now wants to channel her creativity and put her writing skills into practice within the dynamic field of PR & Communications. She has avid interests in fashion, beauty, food and drink, and since starting with the agency has already been involved in exciting projects for clients such as FIJI Water, Instagram, Pots&Co, and Uber to name a few.

On a good day, Jess can be found gallery-hopping around London, enjoying some live music or even a life drawing class; but most of the time she’s just lost in a good book or her favourite astrology podcast.

Jessie Cox

Associate Director

Jessie joined the ranks of Hope&Glory in early 2016 following stints at both House PR and Kazoo Communications. Her varied portfolio includes technology, entertainment and lifestyle brands, featuring everything from Kia Motors to BT. Since becoming a member of the Hope&Glory team, she’s immersed herself in the wonderful world of VR with HTC Vive, got hands-on with Sony’s Sound portfolio and met with many a cosplayer for Final Fantasy XIV. Some personal highlights include managing a collaboration with the Royal Academy and HTC Vive to showcase the world’s first art pieces created entirely in VR, and as a huge fan of reality TV, painting a topless Mario Falcone for TruTV.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Dominique Daly

Associate Director

“Hope&Glory born and bred,” Dom joined as a fresh-faced intern back in January 2013. In her time, she’s worked on a broad range of accounts across retail, travel, family, consumer tech and much more. Dom is a stalwart of the IKEA press office, making sure news out about the brand is getting out in new and exciting ways, and is particularly proud of the recent ‘Recommended Daily Allowance for Free Time’ campaign for Center Parcs, which ignited national conversation about children’s schedules. Outside of the office, Dom’s a fitness fanatic who can often be found trying to convince everyone in the office to join her at the gym.

Don Ferguson

Director

Don joined Hope&Glory in October 2012 having previously spent four years working on a number of consumer lifestyle brands at boutique food and travel PR agencies. He currently works across IKEA, Uber, Mr Black, Weber Grills, Symington Family Estates and the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio – heading up activity across a diverse range of drinks brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Naked Grouse, Auchentoshan, Roku and The House of Suntory’s range of Japanese whiskies. Some of his favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s month-long DIY ‘Dining Club’ pop-up restaurant and Breakfast in Bed Cafe, the launch of the Uber Comedy Car at The Edinburgh Festival and a happy few days working as the personal publicist for the iconic ginger-quiffed American talk show host Conan O’Brien for the launch of Turner Broadcasting-owned truTV in the UK. Scottish, ginger, obsessed with the movie Jaws and bearing more than a passing resemblance to a character from Game of Thrones, Don is generally considered a nice bloke (if a little beardy).y.

Dontae Couch

Account Assistant

Dontae joined Hope&Glory in June 2022, fresh out of university where he studied Business Management with Marketing honors at St Mary’s. Since joining the agency, Dontae has worked with clients such as Pokémon, Trainline, Amazon Ring and NCL. When Dontae is not in the office he’s at home producing music, catching Pokémon or watering his plants.

Ella Bagameri

Account Executive

Originally from Budapest, Ella moved to the UK to complete her Master’s at the University of Glasgow in International Communications, Media & Journalism in 2019. She made the move to London in 2021 and spent a year at PR agency Red Consultancy before joining Hope&Glory in August 2022. She works on clients including LinkedIn, Airbnb, Edrington UK, and Guide Dogs. Outside the office, Ella can be found adding paperbacks to her never-ending TBR list, discovering new food spots around London or cuddled up on the couch with her chubby cat.

Ella Stockton

Senior Account Executive

After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a History degree in 2019, Ella set off on her gap year travels to Australia and New Zealand, returning just a week before the UK went into lockdown. With previous experience working in a PR agency during a summer placement, she decided to further her knowledge of the wonderful world of PR by studying for the CIPR Professional PR Certificate during the summer of 2020. This lead on to her joining Hope&Glory (virtually) in January 2021, where she is working across an exciting variety of accounts including Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Etsy and WUKA. Outside of the office, you’ll find her trying out new restaurants around London, getting her daily steps in through some questionable dancing, or, more recently, assuring her puppy is comfortable on her lap before settling down with a good book.

Emma Battat

Senior Account Executive

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2019 after working at the retail specialist agency, Neat PR, and a marketing stint in Shanghai. After graduating with a degree in History from the University of Nottingham last year, Emma also spent some time travelling around Latin America.

Ready for a new challenge, Emma is now working for a variety of clients including Barclays Mortgages, LinkedIn, HTC, Symingtons and Beam Suntory, and she is excited to get stuck in. Outside of the office, Emma can be found planning her next adventure, dancing, or exploring London and its many restaurants.

Emma Smith

Financial Controller

Emma officially joined the Hope&Glory family in February 2016 with the office move after helping support the daily finances over the past year. Previously, Emma worked in finance for three years at Lansons after graduating from university with a degree in Accounts and Finance. She has since gone on to finish her professional accountancy exams. She is responsible for all the day-to-day financial needs and making sure there are no hiccups along the way. However, it’s not just the numbers and spreadsheets that make her turn up to work each day, she loves the buzz and energy around the office and the unpredictability of what could be coming her way next.

Emma Giles

Account Director

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in February 2020 after spending the last two and a half years at working in the consumer team at Hotwire where she worked on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts including McAfee, Hilton and ASUS, leading on press office activity and managing a range of media and influencer projects. There she got the chance to promote Mariah Carey’s surprising hostel appearance for Hostelworld and worked with McAfee on their annual ‘most dangerous celebrity’ campaign.

At Hope&Glory Emma works on Barclays Retail, Buzz Bingo, Get Living and Sony Campaigns, managing campaigns, press office activity and drinking copious amounts of coffee. Outside of work Emma can either be found scouring Skyscanner for a good deal or pounding the pavements and parks of SW London whilst listening to a true crime podcast.

Fiona Bull

Account Director

Fiona joined Hope&Glory in 2017 after completing her Master’s in Public History at Royal Holloway, University of London and spending time exploring America. Hope&Glory proved the perfect company to learn from, and during her time here, Fiona has worked on a range of accounts, most notably Argos, American Airlines and Uber Eats. Her highlights so far have been creating Britain’s first smart boat with Argos and Google, and walking the BAFTAs red carpet with American Airlines. Outside of work Fiona can usually be found listening to the latest true crime podcast or spoiling her dogs, Timo and Dex.

Flora Laven-Morris

Associate Director

Flora originally joined the land of Hope&Glory in June 2013 working across The Royal Mint, O2, Sony and Barclays among others. Trying to justify the politics degree, she had a yearlong stint as Head of Communications for the economic think tank, The Adam Smith Institute, getting a crash course in public affairs and economic policy. Despite its serious effort, politics still just couldn’t compete with the weird and wonderful world of consumer PR and Flora joined the “Hope&Glory Boomerang Club” in May 2017 working on clients including Pokemon and Facebook.

George Costi

Associate Director

George joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after nearly a decade working across a variety of gaming, tech and sports brands such as Activision, Electronic Arts, PlayStation, Square Enix, HONOR (Huawei), McDonald’s football sponsorship and Under Armour.

At Hope&Glory, he leads a diverse portfolio of accounts that includes Bethesda, DeNA, O2 and StubHub.Infamous around the office for his terrible taste in movies (if The Rock stars in it or Michael Bay directed it then it’s pretty much an instant-classic in his eyes!), he’s also a lifelong (and therefore long-suffering) Gooner and massive fan of pro wrasslin’.

Hope&Glory’s resident Imelda Marcos-wannabe, George can often be found shopping for trainers he definitely doesn’t need or have room for…!

Hannah Brady

Account Assistant

Hannah joined Hope&Glory after completing her degree in Politics & International Relations at Cardiff University. Prior to this she interned for VM COMMS where she worked on a range of beauty brands such as Dr.Jart+, Bobbi Brown and Beauty Bay. Hannah is now working on a variety of accounts including adidas, Greggs, Sainsburys food, Symingtons and Beam Suntory International.  Outside the office Hannah can be found on the Lacrosse pitch, hunting down the best espresso martinis in London (send any suggestions her way) or shopping (which she has elevated to an art form).

Hannah Jeffery

Office Manager

Hannah joined the Hope&Glory team in 2022 after over five years in operations and office management so she knows a thing or two about how a smooth office should run and the importance of getting the details right. She also dabbles in top class diary management, making sure our work lives are as efficient as possible. Outside work (and evident in this photo), Hannah’s skincare collection really does scream “obsession”, and she spends a lot of her spare time (and money) reviewing products and new launches, as well as being the go-to girl in friendship groups for beauty advice. Her other passion is attempting to grow vegetables at home (this year it’s tender stem broccoli).

Hannah Jones

Senior Account Manager

Hannah joined Hope&Glory in August 2021, following three years at Hotwire where she worked in the consumer team on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts, including OkCupid, McAfee, ASUS, Vrbo and Casper. There, she was part of McAfee’s infamous Most Dangerous Celebrity campaign team for three years running, as well as working on Vrbo’s award winning ‘Teddy Express’ campaign, through to setting the dating world to rights during lockdown with OkCupid. At Hope&Glory, Hannah works on Guinness, Edrington UK, Sony Content, Sony Xperia and Tourism Australia. Outside of the office, Hannah can be found roaming the streets (and bars) of Shoreditch, buying an obscene amount of plants from Columbia Flower Market and obsessing over the ultimate snack…crisps! Believe it or not, there isn’t a flavour she doesn’t like!

Holly Beth Dazely

Account Director

Holly Beth joined Hope&Glory in August 2017 after a stint at Brighton based agency Switched On Communications, where she cut her teeth on brands such as T2, SUSHISAMBA, Duck & Waffle, Taste of London and Visit Brighton. Prior to this, Holly Beth completed a degree in Marketing Communications at Bournemouth University (including a one year placement at L’Oreal), before travelling around Asia and Australia. Since joining the Hope&Glory team, she has worked on clients including Uber Eats, Argos, Fiji Water and London Coffee Festival. When not in the office, Holly can be found binge-watching crime dramas, eating her way around London and debating the validity of horoscopes.

Ignez Pereira Da Silva

Account Assistant

Ignez joined Hope&Glory in March 2022. Originally from Lisbon, Portugal, she has a background in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre and decided to move to London around four years ago to follow that passion. Ignez fit into the agency lifestyle very quickly: started working on our Front of House but quickly moved on to the PR side of the company, working with clients such as Le Creuset, feeding into her love for the brand and passion for home interior design. She is excited to carry on her PR journey with Hope&Glory and looks forward to working on more accounts in the future. Outside work, Ignez will either be watching an open-air musical, buried under her pile of TBR books, or – her favourite hobby – watching Formula One with friends.

Jack Ashton

Account Manager

Jack joined the Hope&Glory team in October 2022. After graduating from the University of East Anglia in 2019, he traded the Norfolk broads for pitches and press releases and completed a year-long stint in PR in Manchester before moving to London for two years at Milk & Honey. Since making the move to Hope&Glory, he has kicked off work across LinkedIn, Findmypast, Sainsburys, SEGA and Pokémon. When he’s not doing that, you’ll find him failing to beat his running PBs, coveting the latest paperback, or completing the latest Pokédex.

Jack Hutchinson

Creative Director

Jack is a Creative Director at Hope&Glory. He joined with over a decade’s experience at agencies including Mischief, The Brooklyn Brothers, M&C Saatchi PR and Kaper, creating attention grabbing work for clients ranging from LEGO to Coca-Cola to Jaguar Land Rover. As well as being passionate about all things creative, Jack is a keen advocate of bringing talent from a range of backgrounds into the industry and has been a long-time mentor on schemes such as D&AD Shift. When not in the office, you will likely find him behind the wheel of a car, at the table of a bougie restaurant or “in the studio” (aka his office / man cave) making some “bass heavy beats”.

Jacob Potter

Account Assistant

James Brown

Senior Account Manager

James joined Hope&Glory in May 2019 following two-year spells at both Frank and Burson-Marsteller where he gained a host of experience ranging from selling-out The Big Feastival and HSBC Rugby Sevens, promoting the Jamaica and Egypt tourist boards, to launching cars for Volvo and Ford. He is most proud of his involvement in the Missing Type campaign for the NHS Blood & Transplant and his environmental efforts for the Lewis Pugh Foundation.

Since his arrival at Hope&Glory, James has activated sports sponsorship opportunities for American Express, Hotels.com and Paddy Power across the worlds of tennis, football and thumb wrestling. His current clients include Guinness, Sony, Hostelworld, O2 and Bethesda.

James studied Journalism at Cardiff University before swiftly making the move to the ‘dark side’ for a PR career in the bright lights of London. He can usually be found with a pint in his hand at pub quizzes, reminiscing about the better times at Old Trafford, or hitting a gaming marathon on his PS4.

James Gordon-MacIntosh

Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer

James is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. He started the agency alongside Jo at the end of 2011, prior to which he was managing partner at Seventy Seven PR (now a part of FleishmanHillard Fishburn). Together, he and Jo have so far managed to build a respectably accomplished team that work on some fantastic clients. Some of his favourite pieces of work in the last five years includes catapulting the HTC “Phonies” campaign to global fame and dramatically increasing sales, luring 12,000 people to a cheese and wine festival by recreating Beyoncé’s infamous pregnancy announcement – dubbed “Brie-oncé”, and creating DN-Ale, the world’s first beer to based on the DNA of its Brewmaster for Meantime.

James Keiller

Senior Creative

James started at Hope&Glory in April 2015 after short placements at Citizen Relations and FleishmanHillard. Over the last three years he’s done a cracking Blofeld impression for O2 “Cat Casting”, paid his respects by creating a seven-foot-high portrait of the Queen out of coins, and opened a Game of Thrones bakery with the show’s very own Hot Pie. Currently loving working on Facebook, The Royal Mint, Barclays Retail, Isle of Man, HTC Vive, Nvidia and Uber Eats, he’s looking forward to the coming months in which he’ll no doubt be getting up to more madness across the agency.

Jen Murdoch

Associate Director

Jen joined Hope&Glory back in February 2014 and, throughout her time at the agency, has grown into a key member of the senior team. In those 5+ years, Jen has shone a light (literally!) on Marie Curie nurses and the great work they do with our Garden of Light and Memory Tree campaigns for the charity, enlisted rugby legends Gareth Thomas and Lewis Moody to list their homes on Airbnb for the Rugby World Cup, and visited small shops up and down the country in the name of Small Business Saturday.

Jenni David

Senior Account Executive

Jenni has re-joined the team at Hope&Glory after spending her year in industry at the agency. Now graduated with a degree in Public Relations from Bournemouth University, Jenni is back and has already been involved in some amazing campaigns and now works on the likes of Get Living, Bethesda, The Famous Grouse and Sainsbury’s. Outside of the office Jenni can be found trying out the latest bottomless brunch spots, practising her baking skills, or attempting to master her latest challenge, roller skating…despite her notorious clumsiness.

Jennie Muir

Senior Account Executive

Jennie joined Hope&Glory in November 2020, after working for the creative agency Taylor Herring, where she worked across various brands such as Samsung, easyJet, Just Eat and Disney. She moved to the UK from Canada in 2019 to finish her postgraduate program in public relations. In Toronto, she had the opportunity to work with iconic Canadian companies like Roots and EntertainmentOne. Now she works across a number of Hope&Glory projects ranging from Pokémon to American Express. In addition to her passion for PR, Jennie comes from a long line of badminton legends but also enjoys tennis, squash, soccer and snowboarding. Any London pizza spot recommendations please send her way.

Jess Gardiner

Account Director

Jess joined Hope&Glory in 2022 after spending four years at the Omnicom Group and the next four years at Mischief PR. Previously, Jess has worked on a vast range of big-name consumer brands, ranging from The LEGO Group, Honda, ODEON Cinemas, Nestle, and Vodafone. AT H&G, Jess is currently working with the likes of Uber and Uber Eats, Virgin Media O2, The Royal Mint and Buzz Bingo. Jess loves creating exciting work that grabs attention and gets people talking and finds nothing more satisfying than friends and family seeing the results of her work in the wild. Outside work, Jess is learning the ropes as a new dog mum and is on a seemingly never-ending mission to renovate her north London flat.

Jessica Smith

Account Manager

Having just graduated from the University of Bristol with a degree in English Literature, Jessica joined Hope&Glory as an Account Assistant in August 2019.

Jess previously had some experience in marketing, but now wants to channel her creativity and put her writing skills into practice within the dynamic field of PR & Communications. She has avid interests in fashion, beauty, food and drink, and since starting with the agency has already been involved in exciting projects for clients such as FIJI Water, Instagram, Pots&Co, and Uber to name a few.

On a good day, Jess can be found gallery-hopping around London, enjoying some live music or even a life drawing class; but most of the time she’s just lost in a good book or her favourite astrology podcast.

Jessie Cox

Associate Director

Jessie joined the ranks of Hope&Glory in early 2016 following stints at both House PR and Kazoo Communications. Her varied portfolio includes technology, entertainment and lifestyle brands, featuring everything from Kia Motors to BT. Since becoming a member of the Hope&Glory team, she’s immersed herself in the wonderful world of VR with HTC Vive, got hands-on with Sony’s Sound portfolio and met with many a cosplayer for Final Fantasy XIV. Some personal highlights include managing a collaboration with the Royal Academy and HTC Vive to showcase the world’s first art pieces created entirely in VR, and as a huge fan of reality TV, painting a topless Mario Falcone for TruTV.

Jo Carr

Co-founder and Chief Client Officer

Jo is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. She started the agency with James at the end of 2011 having previously worked with him at Seventy Seven PR, where she was also a managing partner. Jo has over twenty years PR experience, including a long stint at QBO. In recent months, her favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s Dining Club, as well as Deliveroo’s “Fior-egg-tina” – an indulgent, Creme Egg-inspired Pizza. Jo gets a kick out of making sure our clients are happy and ensuring the team are delivering their very best work. She is generally the voice of reason in the office, and is good at keeping everyone calm under pressure, a skill she attributes to having two very boisterous sons at home.

Katy Ball

Director

Katy joined Hope&Glory in 2016, having previously worked on brands like NOW TV, EE, Deezer, and Warner Bros at Fever PR. She has over a decade of experience working on both a global and UK level and currently heads up the teams for brands including Bulb, Sky and Costa Coffee. Her passion is taking brands out of their comfort zones, moving them out of their natural spaces and creating big bang campaigns that resonate with consumers and media alike. When she’s not at the office, Katy can be found on the netball court, climbing the leaderboard on her Peloton bike or planning her next travel adventure (now with a small person in tow).

Kate Mahoney

Account Manager

Born and raised in Toronto, Kate comes from the land of maple syrup and ice hockey. Kate graduated from the University of Toronto with a psychology degree. She joined Hope&Glory in August 2018 as part of her postgraduate certificate in public relations from Humber College. Since making the move over to the UK, she has worked on a range of clients including IKEA, Barclays, Get Living, Uber Eats, and the Isle of Man Tourism. She is excitedly learning the ins and outs of the PR world. You can find her browsing London’s markets and petting strangers’ dogs.

Kirsty Evans

Account Executive

After studying at Cardiff University and exploring the breadth of the media world with internships in PR, Film, Journalism and Marketing, Kirsty landed feet-first at Hope&Glory. Drawn in by the company’s creativity, she spreads her time across exciting accounts including Airbnb, Samsung and Guinness (a must for a Welsh rugby fan). When work winds down Kirsty can be found cooking up a storm in the kitchen or reminiscing over her pre-pandemic jungle travels.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Dominique Daly

Associate Director

“Hope&Glory born and bred,” Dom joined as a fresh-faced intern back in January 2013. In her time, she’s worked on a broad range of accounts across retail, travel, family, consumer tech and much more. Dom is a stalwart of the IKEA press office, making sure news out about the brand is getting out in new and exciting ways, and is particularly proud of the recent ‘Recommended Daily Allowance for Free Time’ campaign for Center Parcs, which ignited national conversation about children’s schedules. Outside of the office, Dom’s a fitness fanatic who can often be found trying to convince everyone in the office to join her at the gym.

Don Ferguson

Director

Don joined Hope&Glory in October 2012 having previously spent four years working on a number of consumer lifestyle brands at boutique food and travel PR agencies. He currently works across IKEA, Uber, Mr Black, Weber Grills, Symington Family Estates and the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio – heading up activity across a diverse range of drinks brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Naked Grouse, Auchentoshan, Roku and The House of Suntory’s range of Japanese whiskies. Some of his favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s month-long DIY ‘Dining Club’ pop-up restaurant and Breakfast in Bed Cafe, the launch of the Uber Comedy Car at The Edinburgh Festival and a happy few days working as the personal publicist for the iconic ginger-quiffed American talk show host Conan O’Brien for the launch of Turner Broadcasting-owned truTV in the UK. Scottish, ginger, obsessed with the movie Jaws and bearing more than a passing resemblance to a character from Game of Thrones, Don is generally considered a nice bloke (if a little beardy).y.

Dontae Couch

Account Assistant

Dontae joined Hope&Glory in June 2022, fresh out of university where he studied Business Management with Marketing honors at St Mary’s. Since joining the agency, Dontae has worked with clients such as Pokémon, Trainline, Amazon Ring and NCL. When Dontae is not in the office he’s at home producing music, catching Pokémon or watering his plants.

Ella Bagameri

Account Executive

Originally from Budapest, Ella moved to the UK to complete her Master’s at the University of Glasgow in International Communications, Media & Journalism in 2019. She made the move to London in 2021 and spent a year at PR agency Red Consultancy before joining Hope&Glory in August 2022. She works on clients including LinkedIn, Airbnb, Edrington UK, and Guide Dogs. Outside the office, Ella can be found adding paperbacks to her never-ending TBR list, discovering new food spots around London or cuddled up on the couch with her chubby cat.

Ella Stockton

Senior Account Executive

After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a History degree in 2019, Ella set off on her gap year travels to Australia and New Zealand, returning just a week before the UK went into lockdown. With previous experience working in a PR agency during a summer placement, she decided to further her knowledge of the wonderful world of PR by studying for the CIPR Professional PR Certificate during the summer of 2020. This lead on to her joining Hope&Glory (virtually) in January 2021, where she is working across an exciting variety of accounts including Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Etsy and WUKA. Outside of the office, you’ll find her trying out new restaurants around London, getting her daily steps in through some questionable dancing, or, more recently, assuring her puppy is comfortable on her lap before settling down with a good book.

Emma Battat

Senior Account Executive

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2019 after working at the retail specialist agency, Neat PR, and a marketing stint in Shanghai. After graduating with a degree in History from the University of Nottingham last year, Emma also spent some time travelling around Latin America.

Ready for a new challenge, Emma is now working for a variety of clients including Barclays Mortgages, LinkedIn, HTC, Symingtons and Beam Suntory, and she is excited to get stuck in. Outside of the office, Emma can be found planning her next adventure, dancing, or exploring London and its many restaurants.

Emma Smith

Financial Controller

Emma officially joined the Hope&Glory family in February 2016 with the office move after helping support the daily finances over the past year. Previously, Emma worked in finance for three years at Lansons after graduating from university with a degree in Accounts and Finance. She has since gone on to finish her professional accountancy exams. She is responsible for all the day-to-day financial needs and making sure there are no hiccups along the way. However, it’s not just the numbers and spreadsheets that make her turn up to work each day, she loves the buzz and energy around the office and the unpredictability of what could be coming her way next.

Emma Giles

Account Director

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in February 2020 after spending the last two and a half years at working in the consumer team at Hotwire where she worked on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts including McAfee, Hilton and ASUS, leading on press office activity and managing a range of media and influencer projects. There she got the chance to promote Mariah Carey’s surprising hostel appearance for Hostelworld and worked with McAfee on their annual ‘most dangerous celebrity’ campaign.

At Hope&Glory Emma works on Barclays Retail, Buzz Bingo, Get Living and Sony Campaigns, managing campaigns, press office activity and drinking copious amounts of coffee. Outside of work Emma can either be found scouring Skyscanner for a good deal or pounding the pavements and parks of SW London whilst listening to a true crime podcast.

Fiona Bull

Account Director

Fiona joined Hope&Glory in 2017 after completing her Master’s in Public History at Royal Holloway, University of London and spending time exploring America. Hope&Glory proved the perfect company to learn from, and during her time here, Fiona has worked on a range of accounts, most notably Argos, American Airlines and Uber Eats. Her highlights so far have been creating Britain’s first smart boat with Argos and Google, and walking the BAFTAs red carpet with American Airlines. Outside of work Fiona can usually be found listening to the latest true crime podcast or spoiling her dogs, Timo and Dex.

Flora Laven-Morris

Associate Director

Flora originally joined the land of Hope&Glory in June 2013 working across The Royal Mint, O2, Sony and Barclays among others. Trying to justify the politics degree, she had a yearlong stint as Head of Communications for the economic think tank, The Adam Smith Institute, getting a crash course in public affairs and economic policy. Despite its serious effort, politics still just couldn’t compete with the weird and wonderful world of consumer PR and Flora joined the “Hope&Glory Boomerang Club” in May 2017 working on clients including Pokemon and Facebook.

George Costi

Associate Director

George joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after nearly a decade working across a variety of gaming, tech and sports brands such as Activision, Electronic Arts, PlayStation, Square Enix, HONOR (Huawei), McDonald’s football sponsorship and Under Armour.

At Hope&Glory, he leads a diverse portfolio of accounts that includes Bethesda, DeNA, O2 and StubHub.Infamous around the office for his terrible taste in movies (if The Rock stars in it or Michael Bay directed it then it’s pretty much an instant-classic in his eyes!), he’s also a lifelong (and therefore long-suffering) Gooner and massive fan of pro wrasslin’.

Hope&Glory’s resident Imelda Marcos-wannabe, George can often be found shopping for trainers he definitely doesn’t need or have room for…!

Hannah Brady

Account Assistant

Hannah joined Hope&Glory after completing her degree in Politics & International Relations at Cardiff University. Prior to this she interned for VM COMMS where she worked on a range of beauty brands such as Dr.Jart+, Bobbi Brown and Beauty Bay. Hannah is now working on a variety of accounts including adidas, Greggs, Sainsburys food, Symingtons and Beam Suntory International.  Outside the office Hannah can be found on the Lacrosse pitch, hunting down the best espresso martinis in London (send any suggestions her way) or shopping (which she has elevated to an art form).

Hannah Jeffery

Office Manager

Hannah joined the Hope&Glory team in 2022 after over five years in operations and office management so she knows a thing or two about how a smooth office should run and the importance of getting the details right. She also dabbles in top class diary management, making sure our work lives are as efficient as possible. Outside work (and evident in this photo), Hannah’s skincare collection really does scream “obsession”, and she spends a lot of her spare time (and money) reviewing products and new launches, as well as being the go-to girl in friendship groups for beauty advice. Her other passion is attempting to grow vegetables at home (this year it’s tender stem broccoli).

Hannah Jones

Senior Account Manager

Hannah joined Hope&Glory in August 2021, following three years at Hotwire where she worked in the consumer team on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts, including OkCupid, McAfee, ASUS, Vrbo and Casper. There, she was part of McAfee’s infamous Most Dangerous Celebrity campaign team for three years running, as well as working on Vrbo’s award winning ‘Teddy Express’ campaign, through to setting the dating world to rights during lockdown with OkCupid. At Hope&Glory, Hannah works on Guinness, Edrington UK, Sony Content, Sony Xperia and Tourism Australia. Outside of the office, Hannah can be found roaming the streets (and bars) of Shoreditch, buying an obscene amount of plants from Columbia Flower Market and obsessing over the ultimate snack…crisps! Believe it or not, there isn’t a flavour she doesn’t like!

Holly Beth Dazely

Account Director

Holly Beth joined Hope&Glory in August 2017 after a stint at Brighton based agency Switched On Communications, where she cut her teeth on brands such as T2, SUSHISAMBA, Duck & Waffle, Taste of London and Visit Brighton. Prior to this, Holly Beth completed a degree in Marketing Communications at Bournemouth University (including a one year placement at L’Oreal), before travelling around Asia and Australia. Since joining the Hope&Glory team, she has worked on clients including Uber Eats, Argos, Fiji Water and London Coffee Festival. When not in the office, Holly can be found binge-watching crime dramas, eating her way around London and debating the validity of horoscopes.

Ignez Pereira Da Silva

Account Assistant

Ignez joined Hope&Glory in March 2022. Originally from Lisbon, Portugal, she has a background in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre and decided to move to London around four years ago to follow that passion. Ignez fit into the agency lifestyle very quickly: started working on our Front of House but quickly moved on to the PR side of the company, working with clients such as Le Creuset, feeding into her love for the brand and passion for home interior design. She is excited to carry on her PR journey with Hope&Glory and looks forward to working on more accounts in the future. Outside work, Ignez will either be watching an open-air musical, buried under her pile of TBR books, or – her favourite hobby – watching Formula One with friends.

Jack Ashton

Account Manager

Jack joined the Hope&Glory team in October 2022. After graduating from the University of East Anglia in 2019, he traded the Norfolk broads for pitches and press releases and completed a year-long stint in PR in Manchester before moving to London for two years at Milk & Honey. Since making the move to Hope&Glory, he has kicked off work across LinkedIn, Findmypast, Sainsburys, SEGA and Pokémon. When he’s not doing that, you’ll find him failing to beat his running PBs, coveting the latest paperback, or completing the latest Pokédex.

Jack Hutchinson

Creative Director

Jack is a Creative Director at Hope&Glory. He joined with over a decade’s experience at agencies including Mischief, The Brooklyn Brothers, M&C Saatchi PR and Kaper, creating attention grabbing work for clients ranging from LEGO to Coca-Cola to Jaguar Land Rover. As well as being passionate about all things creative, Jack is a keen advocate of bringing talent from a range of backgrounds into the industry and has been a long-time mentor on schemes such as D&AD Shift. When not in the office, you will likely find him behind the wheel of a car, at the table of a bougie restaurant or “in the studio” (aka his office / man cave) making some “bass heavy beats”.

Jacob Potter

Account Assistant

James Brown

Senior Account Manager

James joined Hope&Glory in May 2019 following two-year spells at both Frank and Burson-Marsteller where he gained a host of experience ranging from selling-out The Big Feastival and HSBC Rugby Sevens, promoting the Jamaica and Egypt tourist boards, to launching cars for Volvo and Ford. He is most proud of his involvement in the Missing Type campaign for the NHS Blood & Transplant and his environmental efforts for the Lewis Pugh Foundation.

Since his arrival at Hope&Glory, James has activated sports sponsorship opportunities for American Express, Hotels.com and Paddy Power across the worlds of tennis, football and thumb wrestling. His current clients include Guinness, Sony, Hostelworld, O2 and Bethesda.

James studied Journalism at Cardiff University before swiftly making the move to the ‘dark side’ for a PR career in the bright lights of London. He can usually be found with a pint in his hand at pub quizzes, reminiscing about the better times at Old Trafford, or hitting a gaming marathon on his PS4.

James Gordon-MacIntosh

Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer

James is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. He started the agency alongside Jo at the end of 2011, prior to which he was managing partner at Seventy Seven PR (now a part of FleishmanHillard Fishburn). Together, he and Jo have so far managed to build a respectably accomplished team that work on some fantastic clients. Some of his favourite pieces of work in the last five years includes catapulting the HTC “Phonies” campaign to global fame and dramatically increasing sales, luring 12,000 people to a cheese and wine festival by recreating Beyoncé’s infamous pregnancy announcement – dubbed “Brie-oncé”, and creating DN-Ale, the world’s first beer to based on the DNA of its Brewmaster for Meantime.

James Keiller

Senior Creative

James started at Hope&Glory in April 2015 after short placements at Citizen Relations and FleishmanHillard. Over the last three years he’s done a cracking Blofeld impression for O2 “Cat Casting”, paid his respects by creating a seven-foot-high portrait of the Queen out of coins, and opened a Game of Thrones bakery with the show’s very own Hot Pie. Currently loving working on Facebook, The Royal Mint, Barclays Retail, Isle of Man, HTC Vive, Nvidia and Uber Eats, he’s looking forward to the coming months in which he’ll no doubt be getting up to more madness across the agency.

Jen Murdoch

Associate Director

Jen joined Hope&Glory back in February 2014 and, throughout her time at the agency, has grown into a key member of the senior team. In those 5+ years, Jen has shone a light (literally!) on Marie Curie nurses and the great work they do with our Garden of Light and Memory Tree campaigns for the charity, enlisted rugby legends Gareth Thomas and Lewis Moody to list their homes on Airbnb for the Rugby World Cup, and visited small shops up and down the country in the name of Small Business Saturday.

Jenni David

Senior Account Executive

Jenni has re-joined the team at Hope&Glory after spending her year in industry at the agency. Now graduated with a degree in Public Relations from Bournemouth University, Jenni is back and has already been involved in some amazing campaigns and now works on the likes of Get Living, Bethesda, The Famous Grouse and Sainsbury’s. Outside of the office Jenni can be found trying out the latest bottomless brunch spots, practising her baking skills, or attempting to master her latest challenge, roller skating…despite her notorious clumsiness.

Jennie Muir

Senior Account Executive

Jennie joined Hope&Glory in November 2020, after working for the creative agency Taylor Herring, where she worked across various brands such as Samsung, easyJet, Just Eat and Disney. She moved to the UK from Canada in 2019 to finish her postgraduate program in public relations. In Toronto, she had the opportunity to work with iconic Canadian companies like Roots and EntertainmentOne. Now she works across a number of Hope&Glory projects ranging from Pokémon to American Express. In addition to her passion for PR, Jennie comes from a long line of badminton legends but also enjoys tennis, squash, soccer and snowboarding. Any London pizza spot recommendations please send her way.

Jess Gardiner

Account Director

Jess joined Hope&Glory in 2022 after spending four years at the Omnicom Group and the next four years at Mischief PR. Previously, Jess has worked on a vast range of big-name consumer brands, ranging from The LEGO Group, Honda, ODEON Cinemas, Nestle, and Vodafone. AT H&G, Jess is currently working with the likes of Uber and Uber Eats, Virgin Media O2, The Royal Mint and Buzz Bingo. Jess loves creating exciting work that grabs attention and gets people talking and finds nothing more satisfying than friends and family seeing the results of her work in the wild. Outside work, Jess is learning the ropes as a new dog mum and is on a seemingly never-ending mission to renovate her north London flat.

Jessica Smith

Account Manager

Having just graduated from the University of Bristol with a degree in English Literature, Jessica joined Hope&Glory as an Account Assistant in August 2019.

Jess previously had some experience in marketing, but now wants to channel her creativity and put her writing skills into practice within the dynamic field of PR & Communications. She has avid interests in fashion, beauty, food and drink, and since starting with the agency has already been involved in exciting projects for clients such as FIJI Water, Instagram, Pots&Co, and Uber to name a few.

On a good day, Jess can be found gallery-hopping around London, enjoying some live music or even a life drawing class; but most of the time she’s just lost in a good book or her favourite astrology podcast.

Jessie Cox

Associate Director

Jessie joined the ranks of Hope&Glory in early 2016 following stints at both House PR and Kazoo Communications. Her varied portfolio includes technology, entertainment and lifestyle brands, featuring everything from Kia Motors to BT. Since becoming a member of the Hope&Glory team, she’s immersed herself in the wonderful world of VR with HTC Vive, got hands-on with Sony’s Sound portfolio and met with many a cosplayer for Final Fantasy XIV. Some personal highlights include managing a collaboration with the Royal Academy and HTC Vive to showcase the world’s first art pieces created entirely in VR, and as a huge fan of reality TV, painting a topless Mario Falcone for TruTV.

Jo Carr

Co-founder and Chief Client Officer

Jo is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. She started the agency with James at the end of 2011 having previously worked with him at Seventy Seven PR, where she was also a managing partner. Jo has over twenty years PR experience, including a long stint at QBO. In recent months, her favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s Dining Club, as well as Deliveroo’s “Fior-egg-tina” – an indulgent, Creme Egg-inspired Pizza. Jo gets a kick out of making sure our clients are happy and ensuring the team are delivering their very best work. She is generally the voice of reason in the office, and is good at keeping everyone calm under pressure, a skill she attributes to having two very boisterous sons at home.

Katy Ball

Director

Katy joined Hope&Glory in 2016, having previously worked on brands like NOW TV, EE, Deezer, and Warner Bros at Fever PR. She has over a decade of experience working on both a global and UK level and currently heads up the teams for brands including Bulb, Sky and Costa Coffee. Her passion is taking brands out of their comfort zones, moving them out of their natural spaces and creating big bang campaigns that resonate with consumers and media alike. When she’s not at the office, Katy can be found on the netball court, climbing the leaderboard on her Peloton bike or planning her next travel adventure (now with a small person in tow).

Kate Mahoney

Account Manager

Born and raised in Toronto, Kate comes from the land of maple syrup and ice hockey. Kate graduated from the University of Toronto with a psychology degree. She joined Hope&Glory in August 2018 as part of her postgraduate certificate in public relations from Humber College. Since making the move over to the UK, she has worked on a range of clients including IKEA, Barclays, Get Living, Uber Eats, and the Isle of Man Tourism. She is excitedly learning the ins and outs of the PR world. You can find her browsing London’s markets and petting strangers’ dogs.

Kirsty Evans

Account Executive

After studying at Cardiff University and exploring the breadth of the media world with internships in PR, Film, Journalism and Marketing, Kirsty landed feet-first at Hope&Glory. Drawn in by the company’s creativity, she spreads her time across exciting accounts including Airbnb, Samsung and Guinness (a must for a Welsh rugby fan). When work winds down Kirsty can be found cooking up a storm in the kitchen or reminiscing over her pre-pandemic jungle travels.

Lauren Roberts

Account Director

Lauren joined Hope&Glory in August 2018 from the brand marketing team at Ogilvy, where she worked on a mix of tech and consumer accounts including Google, TK Maxx, Homesense and Save The Rhino. She made the move into PR after three years studying for a journalism degree and seven NCTJ qualifications, as well as a brief stint as a reporter at The Sentinel. She’s now working across a variety of accounts, including Sony, Photobox and Nvidia. When she’s not at her desk, you might catch her running around a festival field, battling bosses on her PS4 or eating one too many olives.

Liam O’Brien

Associate Director

Liam joined Hope&Glory in January 2018 after a stint at Kellogg’s, where he was responsible for running the UK press office and worked on brands including Special K and Pringles. He now works on accounts including Uber, Argos, StubHub and O2. Liam is a recent addition to ‘the dark side, having spent four years as a journalist at the Independent, i Paper and Liverpool Echo. He twice (almost…) won the Anthony Burgess Prize for Arts Journalism for pieces on Rupaul’s Drag Race and Justin Bieber. In his spare time can be found with his nose in a book.

Lily Wiggins

Account Manager

Lily has been a member of the Hope&Glory family since November 2015, following a work placement at Havas PR which sparked her interest for working in the industry.

Since joining Hope&Glory, Lily has put her communication skills to good use across a number of the food and drink accounts including Sainsbury’s, Edrington-Beam Suntory and Symington Family Estates. Lily has also recently joined The Royal Mint account in which she has launched a number of coins, her favourite so far being the James Bond coin. Lily loves nothing more than securing brilliant coverage for her clients, and generally has her finger on the pulse, deciding what’s hot and what’s not.

Outside of the office, you can usually find Lily in the gym or sampling her way around London’s latest cocktail bars!

Lisa Barlow

Account Director

Lisa joined the Hope&Glory team in September 2019 after 3 years in house at Mattel toys, working on campaigns for household names; from hosting the global premiere for the Thomas the Tank engine movie, celebrating Barbie’s 60th anniversary and launching the Toy Story 4 range with an influencer event in LA.

Since arriving at Hope&Glory, her highlights include hanging out with reindeer, running a festive storytime event with Spencer Matthews, and holding media interviews for Warwick Davis. Her current clients include Argos, American Airlines, Facebook Watch, Tourism Australia and Trainline.

Following her degree in Events Management, she is also a keen party planner and has welcomed her role on the H&G social committee with open arms. When not in the office, Lisa can be found catching up on the latest celebrity gossip, at a spin class, or with an iced latte in hand (even in the winter).

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Dominique Daly

Associate Director

“Hope&Glory born and bred,” Dom joined as a fresh-faced intern back in January 2013. In her time, she’s worked on a broad range of accounts across retail, travel, family, consumer tech and much more. Dom is a stalwart of the IKEA press office, making sure news out about the brand is getting out in new and exciting ways, and is particularly proud of the recent ‘Recommended Daily Allowance for Free Time’ campaign for Center Parcs, which ignited national conversation about children’s schedules. Outside of the office, Dom’s a fitness fanatic who can often be found trying to convince everyone in the office to join her at the gym.

Don Ferguson

Director

Don joined Hope&Glory in October 2012 having previously spent four years working on a number of consumer lifestyle brands at boutique food and travel PR agencies. He currently works across IKEA, Uber, Mr Black, Weber Grills, Symington Family Estates and the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio – heading up activity across a diverse range of drinks brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Naked Grouse, Auchentoshan, Roku and The House of Suntory’s range of Japanese whiskies. Some of his favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s month-long DIY ‘Dining Club’ pop-up restaurant and Breakfast in Bed Cafe, the launch of the Uber Comedy Car at The Edinburgh Festival and a happy few days working as the personal publicist for the iconic ginger-quiffed American talk show host Conan O’Brien for the launch of Turner Broadcasting-owned truTV in the UK. Scottish, ginger, obsessed with the movie Jaws and bearing more than a passing resemblance to a character from Game of Thrones, Don is generally considered a nice bloke (if a little beardy).y.

Dontae Couch

Account Assistant

Dontae joined Hope&Glory in June 2022, fresh out of university where he studied Business Management with Marketing honors at St Mary’s. Since joining the agency, Dontae has worked with clients such as Pokémon, Trainline, Amazon Ring and NCL. When Dontae is not in the office he’s at home producing music, catching Pokémon or watering his plants.

Ella Bagameri

Account Executive

Originally from Budapest, Ella moved to the UK to complete her Master’s at the University of Glasgow in International Communications, Media & Journalism in 2019. She made the move to London in 2021 and spent a year at PR agency Red Consultancy before joining Hope&Glory in August 2022. She works on clients including LinkedIn, Airbnb, Edrington UK, and Guide Dogs. Outside the office, Ella can be found adding paperbacks to her never-ending TBR list, discovering new food spots around London or cuddled up on the couch with her chubby cat.

Ella Stockton

Senior Account Executive

After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a History degree in 2019, Ella set off on her gap year travels to Australia and New Zealand, returning just a week before the UK went into lockdown. With previous experience working in a PR agency during a summer placement, she decided to further her knowledge of the wonderful world of PR by studying for the CIPR Professional PR Certificate during the summer of 2020. This lead on to her joining Hope&Glory (virtually) in January 2021, where she is working across an exciting variety of accounts including Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Etsy and WUKA. Outside of the office, you’ll find her trying out new restaurants around London, getting her daily steps in through some questionable dancing, or, more recently, assuring her puppy is comfortable on her lap before settling down with a good book.

Emma Battat

Senior Account Executive

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2019 after working at the retail specialist agency, Neat PR, and a marketing stint in Shanghai. After graduating with a degree in History from the University of Nottingham last year, Emma also spent some time travelling around Latin America.

Ready for a new challenge, Emma is now working for a variety of clients including Barclays Mortgages, LinkedIn, HTC, Symingtons and Beam Suntory, and she is excited to get stuck in. Outside of the office, Emma can be found planning her next adventure, dancing, or exploring London and its many restaurants.

Emma Smith

Financial Controller

Emma officially joined the Hope&Glory family in February 2016 with the office move after helping support the daily finances over the past year. Previously, Emma worked in finance for three years at Lansons after graduating from university with a degree in Accounts and Finance. She has since gone on to finish her professional accountancy exams. She is responsible for all the day-to-day financial needs and making sure there are no hiccups along the way. However, it’s not just the numbers and spreadsheets that make her turn up to work each day, she loves the buzz and energy around the office and the unpredictability of what could be coming her way next.

Emma Giles

Account Director

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in February 2020 after spending the last two and a half years at working in the consumer team at Hotwire where she worked on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts including McAfee, Hilton and ASUS, leading on press office activity and managing a range of media and influencer projects. There she got the chance to promote Mariah Carey’s surprising hostel appearance for Hostelworld and worked with McAfee on their annual ‘most dangerous celebrity’ campaign.

At Hope&Glory Emma works on Barclays Retail, Buzz Bingo, Get Living and Sony Campaigns, managing campaigns, press office activity and drinking copious amounts of coffee. Outside of work Emma can either be found scouring Skyscanner for a good deal or pounding the pavements and parks of SW London whilst listening to a true crime podcast.

Fiona Bull

Account Director

Fiona joined Hope&Glory in 2017 after completing her Master’s in Public History at Royal Holloway, University of London and spending time exploring America. Hope&Glory proved the perfect company to learn from, and during her time here, Fiona has worked on a range of accounts, most notably Argos, American Airlines and Uber Eats. Her highlights so far have been creating Britain’s first smart boat with Argos and Google, and walking the BAFTAs red carpet with American Airlines. Outside of work Fiona can usually be found listening to the latest true crime podcast or spoiling her dogs, Timo and Dex.

Flora Laven-Morris

Associate Director

Flora originally joined the land of Hope&Glory in June 2013 working across The Royal Mint, O2, Sony and Barclays among others. Trying to justify the politics degree, she had a yearlong stint as Head of Communications for the economic think tank, The Adam Smith Institute, getting a crash course in public affairs and economic policy. Despite its serious effort, politics still just couldn’t compete with the weird and wonderful world of consumer PR and Flora joined the “Hope&Glory Boomerang Club” in May 2017 working on clients including Pokemon and Facebook.

George Costi

Associate Director

George joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after nearly a decade working across a variety of gaming, tech and sports brands such as Activision, Electronic Arts, PlayStation, Square Enix, HONOR (Huawei), McDonald’s football sponsorship and Under Armour.

At Hope&Glory, he leads a diverse portfolio of accounts that includes Bethesda, DeNA, O2 and StubHub.Infamous around the office for his terrible taste in movies (if The Rock stars in it or Michael Bay directed it then it’s pretty much an instant-classic in his eyes!), he’s also a lifelong (and therefore long-suffering) Gooner and massive fan of pro wrasslin’.

Hope&Glory’s resident Imelda Marcos-wannabe, George can often be found shopping for trainers he definitely doesn’t need or have room for…!

Hannah Brady

Account Assistant

Hannah joined Hope&Glory after completing her degree in Politics & International Relations at Cardiff University. Prior to this she interned for VM COMMS where she worked on a range of beauty brands such as Dr.Jart+, Bobbi Brown and Beauty Bay. Hannah is now working on a variety of accounts including adidas, Greggs, Sainsburys food, Symingtons and Beam Suntory International.  Outside the office Hannah can be found on the Lacrosse pitch, hunting down the best espresso martinis in London (send any suggestions her way) or shopping (which she has elevated to an art form).

Hannah Jeffery

Office Manager

Hannah joined the Hope&Glory team in 2022 after over five years in operations and office management so she knows a thing or two about how a smooth office should run and the importance of getting the details right. She also dabbles in top class diary management, making sure our work lives are as efficient as possible. Outside work (and evident in this photo), Hannah’s skincare collection really does scream “obsession”, and she spends a lot of her spare time (and money) reviewing products and new launches, as well as being the go-to girl in friendship groups for beauty advice. Her other passion is attempting to grow vegetables at home (this year it’s tender stem broccoli).

Hannah Jones

Senior Account Manager

Hannah joined Hope&Glory in August 2021, following three years at Hotwire where she worked in the consumer team on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts, including OkCupid, McAfee, ASUS, Vrbo and Casper. There, she was part of McAfee’s infamous Most Dangerous Celebrity campaign team for three years running, as well as working on Vrbo’s award winning ‘Teddy Express’ campaign, through to setting the dating world to rights during lockdown with OkCupid. At Hope&Glory, Hannah works on Guinness, Edrington UK, Sony Content, Sony Xperia and Tourism Australia. Outside of the office, Hannah can be found roaming the streets (and bars) of Shoreditch, buying an obscene amount of plants from Columbia Flower Market and obsessing over the ultimate snack…crisps! Believe it or not, there isn’t a flavour she doesn’t like!

Holly Beth Dazely

Account Director

Holly Beth joined Hope&Glory in August 2017 after a stint at Brighton based agency Switched On Communications, where she cut her teeth on brands such as T2, SUSHISAMBA, Duck & Waffle, Taste of London and Visit Brighton. Prior to this, Holly Beth completed a degree in Marketing Communications at Bournemouth University (including a one year placement at L’Oreal), before travelling around Asia and Australia. Since joining the Hope&Glory team, she has worked on clients including Uber Eats, Argos, Fiji Water and London Coffee Festival. When not in the office, Holly can be found binge-watching crime dramas, eating her way around London and debating the validity of horoscopes.

Ignez Pereira Da Silva

Account Assistant

Ignez joined Hope&Glory in March 2022. Originally from Lisbon, Portugal, she has a background in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre and decided to move to London around four years ago to follow that passion. Ignez fit into the agency lifestyle very quickly: started working on our Front of House but quickly moved on to the PR side of the company, working with clients such as Le Creuset, feeding into her love for the brand and passion for home interior design. She is excited to carry on her PR journey with Hope&Glory and looks forward to working on more accounts in the future. Outside work, Ignez will either be watching an open-air musical, buried under her pile of TBR books, or – her favourite hobby – watching Formula One with friends.

Jack Ashton

Account Manager

Jack joined the Hope&Glory team in October 2022. After graduating from the University of East Anglia in 2019, he traded the Norfolk broads for pitches and press releases and completed a year-long stint in PR in Manchester before moving to London for two years at Milk & Honey. Since making the move to Hope&Glory, he has kicked off work across LinkedIn, Findmypast, Sainsburys, SEGA and Pokémon. When he’s not doing that, you’ll find him failing to beat his running PBs, coveting the latest paperback, or completing the latest Pokédex.

Jack Hutchinson

Creative Director

Jack is a Creative Director at Hope&Glory. He joined with over a decade’s experience at agencies including Mischief, The Brooklyn Brothers, M&C Saatchi PR and Kaper, creating attention grabbing work for clients ranging from LEGO to Coca-Cola to Jaguar Land Rover. As well as being passionate about all things creative, Jack is a keen advocate of bringing talent from a range of backgrounds into the industry and has been a long-time mentor on schemes such as D&AD Shift. When not in the office, you will likely find him behind the wheel of a car, at the table of a bougie restaurant or “in the studio” (aka his office / man cave) making some “bass heavy beats”.

Jacob Potter

Account Assistant

James Brown

Senior Account Manager

James joined Hope&Glory in May 2019 following two-year spells at both Frank and Burson-Marsteller where he gained a host of experience ranging from selling-out The Big Feastival and HSBC Rugby Sevens, promoting the Jamaica and Egypt tourist boards, to launching cars for Volvo and Ford. He is most proud of his involvement in the Missing Type campaign for the NHS Blood & Transplant and his environmental efforts for the Lewis Pugh Foundation.

Since his arrival at Hope&Glory, James has activated sports sponsorship opportunities for American Express, Hotels.com and Paddy Power across the worlds of tennis, football and thumb wrestling. His current clients include Guinness, Sony, Hostelworld, O2 and Bethesda.

James studied Journalism at Cardiff University before swiftly making the move to the ‘dark side’ for a PR career in the bright lights of London. He can usually be found with a pint in his hand at pub quizzes, reminiscing about the better times at Old Trafford, or hitting a gaming marathon on his PS4.

James Gordon-MacIntosh

Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer

James is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. He started the agency alongside Jo at the end of 2011, prior to which he was managing partner at Seventy Seven PR (now a part of FleishmanHillard Fishburn). Together, he and Jo have so far managed to build a respectably accomplished team that work on some fantastic clients. Some of his favourite pieces of work in the last five years includes catapulting the HTC “Phonies” campaign to global fame and dramatically increasing sales, luring 12,000 people to a cheese and wine festival by recreating Beyoncé’s infamous pregnancy announcement – dubbed “Brie-oncé”, and creating DN-Ale, the world’s first beer to based on the DNA of its Brewmaster for Meantime.

James Keiller

Senior Creative

James started at Hope&Glory in April 2015 after short placements at Citizen Relations and FleishmanHillard. Over the last three years he’s done a cracking Blofeld impression for O2 “Cat Casting”, paid his respects by creating a seven-foot-high portrait of the Queen out of coins, and opened a Game of Thrones bakery with the show’s very own Hot Pie. Currently loving working on Facebook, The Royal Mint, Barclays Retail, Isle of Man, HTC Vive, Nvidia and Uber Eats, he’s looking forward to the coming months in which he’ll no doubt be getting up to more madness across the agency.

Jen Murdoch

Associate Director

Jen joined Hope&Glory back in February 2014 and, throughout her time at the agency, has grown into a key member of the senior team. In those 5+ years, Jen has shone a light (literally!) on Marie Curie nurses and the great work they do with our Garden of Light and Memory Tree campaigns for the charity, enlisted rugby legends Gareth Thomas and Lewis Moody to list their homes on Airbnb for the Rugby World Cup, and visited small shops up and down the country in the name of Small Business Saturday.

Jenni David

Senior Account Executive

Jenni has re-joined the team at Hope&Glory after spending her year in industry at the agency. Now graduated with a degree in Public Relations from Bournemouth University, Jenni is back and has already been involved in some amazing campaigns and now works on the likes of Get Living, Bethesda, The Famous Grouse and Sainsbury’s. Outside of the office Jenni can be found trying out the latest bottomless brunch spots, practising her baking skills, or attempting to master her latest challenge, roller skating…despite her notorious clumsiness.

Jennie Muir

Senior Account Executive

Jennie joined Hope&Glory in November 2020, after working for the creative agency Taylor Herring, where she worked across various brands such as Samsung, easyJet, Just Eat and Disney. She moved to the UK from Canada in 2019 to finish her postgraduate program in public relations. In Toronto, she had the opportunity to work with iconic Canadian companies like Roots and EntertainmentOne. Now she works across a number of Hope&Glory projects ranging from Pokémon to American Express. In addition to her passion for PR, Jennie comes from a long line of badminton legends but also enjoys tennis, squash, soccer and snowboarding. Any London pizza spot recommendations please send her way.

Jess Gardiner

Account Director

Jess joined Hope&Glory in 2022 after spending four years at the Omnicom Group and the next four years at Mischief PR. Previously, Jess has worked on a vast range of big-name consumer brands, ranging from The LEGO Group, Honda, ODEON Cinemas, Nestle, and Vodafone. AT H&G, Jess is currently working with the likes of Uber and Uber Eats, Virgin Media O2, The Royal Mint and Buzz Bingo. Jess loves creating exciting work that grabs attention and gets people talking and finds nothing more satisfying than friends and family seeing the results of her work in the wild. Outside work, Jess is learning the ropes as a new dog mum and is on a seemingly never-ending mission to renovate her north London flat.

Jessica Smith

Account Manager

Having just graduated from the University of Bristol with a degree in English Literature, Jessica joined Hope&Glory as an Account Assistant in August 2019.

Jess previously had some experience in marketing, but now wants to channel her creativity and put her writing skills into practice within the dynamic field of PR & Communications. She has avid interests in fashion, beauty, food and drink, and since starting with the agency has already been involved in exciting projects for clients such as FIJI Water, Instagram, Pots&Co, and Uber to name a few.

On a good day, Jess can be found gallery-hopping around London, enjoying some live music or even a life drawing class; but most of the time she’s just lost in a good book or her favourite astrology podcast.

Jessie Cox

Associate Director

Jessie joined the ranks of Hope&Glory in early 2016 following stints at both House PR and Kazoo Communications. Her varied portfolio includes technology, entertainment and lifestyle brands, featuring everything from Kia Motors to BT. Since becoming a member of the Hope&Glory team, she’s immersed herself in the wonderful world of VR with HTC Vive, got hands-on with Sony’s Sound portfolio and met with many a cosplayer for Final Fantasy XIV. Some personal highlights include managing a collaboration with the Royal Academy and HTC Vive to showcase the world’s first art pieces created entirely in VR, and as a huge fan of reality TV, painting a topless Mario Falcone for TruTV.

Jo Carr

Co-founder and Chief Client Officer

Jo is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. She started the agency with James at the end of 2011 having previously worked with him at Seventy Seven PR, where she was also a managing partner. Jo has over twenty years PR experience, including a long stint at QBO. In recent months, her favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s Dining Club, as well as Deliveroo’s “Fior-egg-tina” – an indulgent, Creme Egg-inspired Pizza. Jo gets a kick out of making sure our clients are happy and ensuring the team are delivering their very best work. She is generally the voice of reason in the office, and is good at keeping everyone calm under pressure, a skill she attributes to having two very boisterous sons at home.

Katy Ball

Director

Katy joined Hope&Glory in 2016, having previously worked on brands like NOW TV, EE, Deezer, and Warner Bros at Fever PR. She has over a decade of experience working on both a global and UK level and currently heads up the teams for brands including Bulb, Sky and Costa Coffee. Her passion is taking brands out of their comfort zones, moving them out of their natural spaces and creating big bang campaigns that resonate with consumers and media alike. When she’s not at the office, Katy can be found on the netball court, climbing the leaderboard on her Peloton bike or planning her next travel adventure (now with a small person in tow).

Kate Mahoney

Account Manager

Born and raised in Toronto, Kate comes from the land of maple syrup and ice hockey. Kate graduated from the University of Toronto with a psychology degree. She joined Hope&Glory in August 2018 as part of her postgraduate certificate in public relations from Humber College. Since making the move over to the UK, she has worked on a range of clients including IKEA, Barclays, Get Living, Uber Eats, and the Isle of Man Tourism. She is excitedly learning the ins and outs of the PR world. You can find her browsing London’s markets and petting strangers’ dogs.

Kirsty Evans

Account Executive

After studying at Cardiff University and exploring the breadth of the media world with internships in PR, Film, Journalism and Marketing, Kirsty landed feet-first at Hope&Glory. Drawn in by the company’s creativity, she spreads her time across exciting accounts including Airbnb, Samsung and Guinness (a must for a Welsh rugby fan). When work winds down Kirsty can be found cooking up a storm in the kitchen or reminiscing over her pre-pandemic jungle travels.

Lauren Roberts

Account Director

Lauren joined Hope&Glory in August 2018 from the brand marketing team at Ogilvy, where she worked on a mix of tech and consumer accounts including Google, TK Maxx, Homesense and Save The Rhino. She made the move into PR after three years studying for a journalism degree and seven NCTJ qualifications, as well as a brief stint as a reporter at The Sentinel. She’s now working across a variety of accounts, including Sony, Photobox and Nvidia. When she’s not at her desk, you might catch her running around a festival field, battling bosses on her PS4 or eating one too many olives.

Liam O’Brien

Associate Director

Liam joined Hope&Glory in January 2018 after a stint at Kellogg’s, where he was responsible for running the UK press office and worked on brands including Special K and Pringles. He now works on accounts including Uber, Argos, StubHub and O2. Liam is a recent addition to ‘the dark side, having spent four years as a journalist at the Independent, i Paper and Liverpool Echo. He twice (almost…) won the Anthony Burgess Prize for Arts Journalism for pieces on Rupaul’s Drag Race and Justin Bieber. In his spare time can be found with his nose in a book.

Lily Wiggins

Account Manager

Lily has been a member of the Hope&Glory family since November 2015, following a work placement at Havas PR which sparked her interest for working in the industry.

Since joining Hope&Glory, Lily has put her communication skills to good use across a number of the food and drink accounts including Sainsbury’s, Edrington-Beam Suntory and Symington Family Estates. Lily has also recently joined The Royal Mint account in which she has launched a number of coins, her favourite so far being the James Bond coin. Lily loves nothing more than securing brilliant coverage for her clients, and generally has her finger on the pulse, deciding what’s hot and what’s not.

Outside of the office, you can usually find Lily in the gym or sampling her way around London’s latest cocktail bars!

Lisa Barlow

Account Director

Lisa joined the Hope&Glory team in September 2019 after 3 years in house at Mattel toys, working on campaigns for household names; from hosting the global premiere for the Thomas the Tank engine movie, celebrating Barbie’s 60th anniversary and launching the Toy Story 4 range with an influencer event in LA.

Since arriving at Hope&Glory, her highlights include hanging out with reindeer, running a festive storytime event with Spencer Matthews, and holding media interviews for Warwick Davis. Her current clients include Argos, American Airlines, Facebook Watch, Tourism Australia and Trainline.

Following her degree in Events Management, she is also a keen party planner and has welcomed her role on the H&G social committee with open arms. When not in the office, Lisa can be found catching up on the latest celebrity gossip, at a spin class, or with an iced latte in hand (even in the winter).

Lisa Kamel

Account Executive

After studying Law in her home country, France, and in the Czech Republic for a year, Lisa did her final year of LLM in Business Law in London as an exchange student. What was supposed to be a one-year experience in London never ended as, a year-and-a-half after graduation she is still here and determined to stay after having the chance to join the team at such an exciting agency. After spending over a year working at Clementine PR on luxury drinks brands such as Charles Heidsieck, Mumm and Perrier-Jouët, Château Minuty and Chateau d’Yquem to name a few, Lisa joined Hope&Glory in November 2022 to work on the Edrington UK portfolio, Leap, BSI GTR and Marie Curie. Outside the office you can find her exploring East London, walking through flea markets, and doing outdoor yoga sessions.

Louisa Clark

Account Manager

After graduating from the University of Nottingham in 2018 with a degree in Classical Civilisation, Louisa worked in the Buying department at the Superdrug Head Office before deciding to pursue a career in PR. Since joining at Hope&Glory Louisa has got stuck into a variety of accounts such as Sony, American Airlines, IKEA, Bethesda and the Isle of Man and has found her love for the world of PR.

Outside of the office, Louisa can be found hunting down the newest and best London food market or organising her next European city break.

Lydia Stewart

Senior Account Director

Lydia joined Hope&Glory in 2017 having spent the previous two years learning the ropes at W Communications and Kazoo PR. Since joining H&G, she’s worked with a whole range of clients, but her current roster includes IKEA, Sainsbury’s, Pokemon, Edrington-Beam Suntory UK and Buzz Bingo.

During her time at H&G, Lydia has been involved in some brilliant campaigns including ‘Signsbury’s’, which saw us create the UK’s first signing store for Sainsbury’s, as well as ‘pint sized pub’, where we created the world’s smallest pub for Guinness. Not to mention plenty of pop ups and photoshoots involving a furry friend or two with Guinness World Records and Rover.com.

Mariana Wyatt

Account Executive

After taking on the world before university on gap year, Mariana started a degree in Politics, International Relations and History at Royal Holloway, University of London (the one that looks like Hogwarts). After having virtually graduated thanks to Covid, she interned at a consumer PR agency, where she decided PR was her perfect career. When her first role role came to an end, Mariana set her sights on the land that is Hope&Glory, and since then has immersed herself into her accounts including Bethesda, O2, Pokémon, and Beam Suntory. Outside of work she is to be found seeking out any roof top bar or restaurant in London.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Dominique Daly

Associate Director

“Hope&Glory born and bred,” Dom joined as a fresh-faced intern back in January 2013. In her time, she’s worked on a broad range of accounts across retail, travel, family, consumer tech and much more. Dom is a stalwart of the IKEA press office, making sure news out about the brand is getting out in new and exciting ways, and is particularly proud of the recent ‘Recommended Daily Allowance for Free Time’ campaign for Center Parcs, which ignited national conversation about children’s schedules. Outside of the office, Dom’s a fitness fanatic who can often be found trying to convince everyone in the office to join her at the gym.

Don Ferguson

Director

Don joined Hope&Glory in October 2012 having previously spent four years working on a number of consumer lifestyle brands at boutique food and travel PR agencies. He currently works across IKEA, Uber, Mr Black, Weber Grills, Symington Family Estates and the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio – heading up activity across a diverse range of drinks brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Naked Grouse, Auchentoshan, Roku and The House of Suntory’s range of Japanese whiskies. Some of his favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s month-long DIY ‘Dining Club’ pop-up restaurant and Breakfast in Bed Cafe, the launch of the Uber Comedy Car at The Edinburgh Festival and a happy few days working as the personal publicist for the iconic ginger-quiffed American talk show host Conan O’Brien for the launch of Turner Broadcasting-owned truTV in the UK. Scottish, ginger, obsessed with the movie Jaws and bearing more than a passing resemblance to a character from Game of Thrones, Don is generally considered a nice bloke (if a little beardy).y.

Dontae Couch

Account Assistant

Dontae joined Hope&Glory in June 2022, fresh out of university where he studied Business Management with Marketing honors at St Mary’s. Since joining the agency, Dontae has worked with clients such as Pokémon, Trainline, Amazon Ring and NCL. When Dontae is not in the office he’s at home producing music, catching Pokémon or watering his plants.

Ella Bagameri

Account Executive

Originally from Budapest, Ella moved to the UK to complete her Master’s at the University of Glasgow in International Communications, Media & Journalism in 2019. She made the move to London in 2021 and spent a year at PR agency Red Consultancy before joining Hope&Glory in August 2022. She works on clients including LinkedIn, Airbnb, Edrington UK, and Guide Dogs. Outside the office, Ella can be found adding paperbacks to her never-ending TBR list, discovering new food spots around London or cuddled up on the couch with her chubby cat.

Ella Stockton

Senior Account Executive

After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a History degree in 2019, Ella set off on her gap year travels to Australia and New Zealand, returning just a week before the UK went into lockdown. With previous experience working in a PR agency during a summer placement, she decided to further her knowledge of the wonderful world of PR by studying for the CIPR Professional PR Certificate during the summer of 2020. This lead on to her joining Hope&Glory (virtually) in January 2021, where she is working across an exciting variety of accounts including Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Etsy and WUKA. Outside of the office, you’ll find her trying out new restaurants around London, getting her daily steps in through some questionable dancing, or, more recently, assuring her puppy is comfortable on her lap before settling down with a good book.

Emma Battat

Senior Account Executive

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2019 after working at the retail specialist agency, Neat PR, and a marketing stint in Shanghai. After graduating with a degree in History from the University of Nottingham last year, Emma also spent some time travelling around Latin America.

Ready for a new challenge, Emma is now working for a variety of clients including Barclays Mortgages, LinkedIn, HTC, Symingtons and Beam Suntory, and she is excited to get stuck in. Outside of the office, Emma can be found planning her next adventure, dancing, or exploring London and its many restaurants.

Emma Smith

Financial Controller

Emma officially joined the Hope&Glory family in February 2016 with the office move after helping support the daily finances over the past year. Previously, Emma worked in finance for three years at Lansons after graduating from university with a degree in Accounts and Finance. She has since gone on to finish her professional accountancy exams. She is responsible for all the day-to-day financial needs and making sure there are no hiccups along the way. However, it’s not just the numbers and spreadsheets that make her turn up to work each day, she loves the buzz and energy around the office and the unpredictability of what could be coming her way next.

Emma Giles

Account Director

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in February 2020 after spending the last two and a half years at working in the consumer team at Hotwire where she worked on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts including McAfee, Hilton and ASUS, leading on press office activity and managing a range of media and influencer projects. There she got the chance to promote Mariah Carey’s surprising hostel appearance for Hostelworld and worked with McAfee on their annual ‘most dangerous celebrity’ campaign.

At Hope&Glory Emma works on Barclays Retail, Buzz Bingo, Get Living and Sony Campaigns, managing campaigns, press office activity and drinking copious amounts of coffee. Outside of work Emma can either be found scouring Skyscanner for a good deal or pounding the pavements and parks of SW London whilst listening to a true crime podcast.

Fiona Bull

Account Director

Fiona joined Hope&Glory in 2017 after completing her Master’s in Public History at Royal Holloway, University of London and spending time exploring America. Hope&Glory proved the perfect company to learn from, and during her time here, Fiona has worked on a range of accounts, most notably Argos, American Airlines and Uber Eats. Her highlights so far have been creating Britain’s first smart boat with Argos and Google, and walking the BAFTAs red carpet with American Airlines. Outside of work Fiona can usually be found listening to the latest true crime podcast or spoiling her dogs, Timo and Dex.

Flora Laven-Morris

Associate Director

Flora originally joined the land of Hope&Glory in June 2013 working across The Royal Mint, O2, Sony and Barclays among others. Trying to justify the politics degree, she had a yearlong stint as Head of Communications for the economic think tank, The Adam Smith Institute, getting a crash course in public affairs and economic policy. Despite its serious effort, politics still just couldn’t compete with the weird and wonderful world of consumer PR and Flora joined the “Hope&Glory Boomerang Club” in May 2017 working on clients including Pokemon and Facebook.

George Costi

Associate Director

George joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after nearly a decade working across a variety of gaming, tech and sports brands such as Activision, Electronic Arts, PlayStation, Square Enix, HONOR (Huawei), McDonald’s football sponsorship and Under Armour.

At Hope&Glory, he leads a diverse portfolio of accounts that includes Bethesda, DeNA, O2 and StubHub.Infamous around the office for his terrible taste in movies (if The Rock stars in it or Michael Bay directed it then it’s pretty much an instant-classic in his eyes!), he’s also a lifelong (and therefore long-suffering) Gooner and massive fan of pro wrasslin’.

Hope&Glory’s resident Imelda Marcos-wannabe, George can often be found shopping for trainers he definitely doesn’t need or have room for…!

Hannah Brady

Account Assistant

Hannah joined Hope&Glory after completing her degree in Politics & International Relations at Cardiff University. Prior to this she interned for VM COMMS where she worked on a range of beauty brands such as Dr.Jart+, Bobbi Brown and Beauty Bay. Hannah is now working on a variety of accounts including adidas, Greggs, Sainsburys food, Symingtons and Beam Suntory International.  Outside the office Hannah can be found on the Lacrosse pitch, hunting down the best espresso martinis in London (send any suggestions her way) or shopping (which she has elevated to an art form).

Hannah Jeffery

Office Manager

Hannah joined the Hope&Glory team in 2022 after over five years in operations and office management so she knows a thing or two about how a smooth office should run and the importance of getting the details right. She also dabbles in top class diary management, making sure our work lives are as efficient as possible. Outside work (and evident in this photo), Hannah’s skincare collection really does scream “obsession”, and she spends a lot of her spare time (and money) reviewing products and new launches, as well as being the go-to girl in friendship groups for beauty advice. Her other passion is attempting to grow vegetables at home (this year it’s tender stem broccoli).

Hannah Jones

Senior Account Manager

Hannah joined Hope&Glory in August 2021, following three years at Hotwire where she worked in the consumer team on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts, including OkCupid, McAfee, ASUS, Vrbo and Casper. There, she was part of McAfee’s infamous Most Dangerous Celebrity campaign team for three years running, as well as working on Vrbo’s award winning ‘Teddy Express’ campaign, through to setting the dating world to rights during lockdown with OkCupid. At Hope&Glory, Hannah works on Guinness, Edrington UK, Sony Content, Sony Xperia and Tourism Australia. Outside of the office, Hannah can be found roaming the streets (and bars) of Shoreditch, buying an obscene amount of plants from Columbia Flower Market and obsessing over the ultimate snack…crisps! Believe it or not, there isn’t a flavour she doesn’t like!

Holly Beth Dazely

Account Director

Holly Beth joined Hope&Glory in August 2017 after a stint at Brighton based agency Switched On Communications, where she cut her teeth on brands such as T2, SUSHISAMBA, Duck & Waffle, Taste of London and Visit Brighton. Prior to this, Holly Beth completed a degree in Marketing Communications at Bournemouth University (including a one year placement at L’Oreal), before travelling around Asia and Australia. Since joining the Hope&Glory team, she has worked on clients including Uber Eats, Argos, Fiji Water and London Coffee Festival. When not in the office, Holly can be found binge-watching crime dramas, eating her way around London and debating the validity of horoscopes.

Ignez Pereira Da Silva

Account Assistant

Ignez joined Hope&Glory in March 2022. Originally from Lisbon, Portugal, she has a background in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre and decided to move to London around four years ago to follow that passion. Ignez fit into the agency lifestyle very quickly: started working on our Front of House but quickly moved on to the PR side of the company, working with clients such as Le Creuset, feeding into her love for the brand and passion for home interior design. She is excited to carry on her PR journey with Hope&Glory and looks forward to working on more accounts in the future. Outside work, Ignez will either be watching an open-air musical, buried under her pile of TBR books, or – her favourite hobby – watching Formula One with friends.

Jack Ashton

Account Manager

Jack joined the Hope&Glory team in October 2022. After graduating from the University of East Anglia in 2019, he traded the Norfolk broads for pitches and press releases and completed a year-long stint in PR in Manchester before moving to London for two years at Milk & Honey. Since making the move to Hope&Glory, he has kicked off work across LinkedIn, Findmypast, Sainsburys, SEGA and Pokémon. When he’s not doing that, you’ll find him failing to beat his running PBs, coveting the latest paperback, or completing the latest Pokédex.

Jack Hutchinson

Creative Director

Jack is a Creative Director at Hope&Glory. He joined with over a decade’s experience at agencies including Mischief, The Brooklyn Brothers, M&C Saatchi PR and Kaper, creating attention grabbing work for clients ranging from LEGO to Coca-Cola to Jaguar Land Rover. As well as being passionate about all things creative, Jack is a keen advocate of bringing talent from a range of backgrounds into the industry and has been a long-time mentor on schemes such as D&AD Shift. When not in the office, you will likely find him behind the wheel of a car, at the table of a bougie restaurant or “in the studio” (aka his office / man cave) making some “bass heavy beats”.

Jacob Potter

Account Assistant

James Brown

Senior Account Manager

James joined Hope&Glory in May 2019 following two-year spells at both Frank and Burson-Marsteller where he gained a host of experience ranging from selling-out The Big Feastival and HSBC Rugby Sevens, promoting the Jamaica and Egypt tourist boards, to launching cars for Volvo and Ford. He is most proud of his involvement in the Missing Type campaign for the NHS Blood & Transplant and his environmental efforts for the Lewis Pugh Foundation.

Since his arrival at Hope&Glory, James has activated sports sponsorship opportunities for American Express, Hotels.com and Paddy Power across the worlds of tennis, football and thumb wrestling. His current clients include Guinness, Sony, Hostelworld, O2 and Bethesda.

James studied Journalism at Cardiff University before swiftly making the move to the ‘dark side’ for a PR career in the bright lights of London. He can usually be found with a pint in his hand at pub quizzes, reminiscing about the better times at Old Trafford, or hitting a gaming marathon on his PS4.

James Gordon-MacIntosh

Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer

James is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. He started the agency alongside Jo at the end of 2011, prior to which he was managing partner at Seventy Seven PR (now a part of FleishmanHillard Fishburn). Together, he and Jo have so far managed to build a respectably accomplished team that work on some fantastic clients. Some of his favourite pieces of work in the last five years includes catapulting the HTC “Phonies” campaign to global fame and dramatically increasing sales, luring 12,000 people to a cheese and wine festival by recreating Beyoncé’s infamous pregnancy announcement – dubbed “Brie-oncé”, and creating DN-Ale, the world’s first beer to based on the DNA of its Brewmaster for Meantime.

James Keiller

Senior Creative

James started at Hope&Glory in April 2015 after short placements at Citizen Relations and FleishmanHillard. Over the last three years he’s done a cracking Blofeld impression for O2 “Cat Casting”, paid his respects by creating a seven-foot-high portrait of the Queen out of coins, and opened a Game of Thrones bakery with the show’s very own Hot Pie. Currently loving working on Facebook, The Royal Mint, Barclays Retail, Isle of Man, HTC Vive, Nvidia and Uber Eats, he’s looking forward to the coming months in which he’ll no doubt be getting up to more madness across the agency.

Jen Murdoch

Associate Director

Jen joined Hope&Glory back in February 2014 and, throughout her time at the agency, has grown into a key member of the senior team. In those 5+ years, Jen has shone a light (literally!) on Marie Curie nurses and the great work they do with our Garden of Light and Memory Tree campaigns for the charity, enlisted rugby legends Gareth Thomas and Lewis Moody to list their homes on Airbnb for the Rugby World Cup, and visited small shops up and down the country in the name of Small Business Saturday.

Jenni David

Senior Account Executive

Jenni has re-joined the team at Hope&Glory after spending her year in industry at the agency. Now graduated with a degree in Public Relations from Bournemouth University, Jenni is back and has already been involved in some amazing campaigns and now works on the likes of Get Living, Bethesda, The Famous Grouse and Sainsbury’s. Outside of the office Jenni can be found trying out the latest bottomless brunch spots, practising her baking skills, or attempting to master her latest challenge, roller skating…despite her notorious clumsiness.

Jennie Muir

Senior Account Executive

Jennie joined Hope&Glory in November 2020, after working for the creative agency Taylor Herring, where she worked across various brands such as Samsung, easyJet, Just Eat and Disney. She moved to the UK from Canada in 2019 to finish her postgraduate program in public relations. In Toronto, she had the opportunity to work with iconic Canadian companies like Roots and EntertainmentOne. Now she works across a number of Hope&Glory projects ranging from Pokémon to American Express. In addition to her passion for PR, Jennie comes from a long line of badminton legends but also enjoys tennis, squash, soccer and snowboarding. Any London pizza spot recommendations please send her way.

Jess Gardiner

Account Director

Jess joined Hope&Glory in 2022 after spending four years at the Omnicom Group and the next four years at Mischief PR. Previously, Jess has worked on a vast range of big-name consumer brands, ranging from The LEGO Group, Honda, ODEON Cinemas, Nestle, and Vodafone. AT H&G, Jess is currently working with the likes of Uber and Uber Eats, Virgin Media O2, The Royal Mint and Buzz Bingo. Jess loves creating exciting work that grabs attention and gets people talking and finds nothing more satisfying than friends and family seeing the results of her work in the wild. Outside work, Jess is learning the ropes as a new dog mum and is on a seemingly never-ending mission to renovate her north London flat.

Jessica Smith

Account Manager

Having just graduated from the University of Bristol with a degree in English Literature, Jessica joined Hope&Glory as an Account Assistant in August 2019.

Jess previously had some experience in marketing, but now wants to channel her creativity and put her writing skills into practice within the dynamic field of PR & Communications. She has avid interests in fashion, beauty, food and drink, and since starting with the agency has already been involved in exciting projects for clients such as FIJI Water, Instagram, Pots&Co, and Uber to name a few.

On a good day, Jess can be found gallery-hopping around London, enjoying some live music or even a life drawing class; but most of the time she’s just lost in a good book or her favourite astrology podcast.

Jessie Cox

Associate Director

Jessie joined the ranks of Hope&Glory in early 2016 following stints at both House PR and Kazoo Communications. Her varied portfolio includes technology, entertainment and lifestyle brands, featuring everything from Kia Motors to BT. Since becoming a member of the Hope&Glory team, she’s immersed herself in the wonderful world of VR with HTC Vive, got hands-on with Sony’s Sound portfolio and met with many a cosplayer for Final Fantasy XIV. Some personal highlights include managing a collaboration with the Royal Academy and HTC Vive to showcase the world’s first art pieces created entirely in VR, and as a huge fan of reality TV, painting a topless Mario Falcone for TruTV.

Jo Carr

Co-founder and Chief Client Officer

Jo is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. She started the agency with James at the end of 2011 having previously worked with him at Seventy Seven PR, where she was also a managing partner. Jo has over twenty years PR experience, including a long stint at QBO. In recent months, her favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s Dining Club, as well as Deliveroo’s “Fior-egg-tina” – an indulgent, Creme Egg-inspired Pizza. Jo gets a kick out of making sure our clients are happy and ensuring the team are delivering their very best work. She is generally the voice of reason in the office, and is good at keeping everyone calm under pressure, a skill she attributes to having two very boisterous sons at home.

Katy Ball

Director

Katy joined Hope&Glory in 2016, having previously worked on brands like NOW TV, EE, Deezer, and Warner Bros at Fever PR. She has over a decade of experience working on both a global and UK level and currently heads up the teams for brands including Bulb, Sky and Costa Coffee. Her passion is taking brands out of their comfort zones, moving them out of their natural spaces and creating big bang campaigns that resonate with consumers and media alike. When she’s not at the office, Katy can be found on the netball court, climbing the leaderboard on her Peloton bike or planning her next travel adventure (now with a small person in tow).

Kate Mahoney

Account Manager

Born and raised in Toronto, Kate comes from the land of maple syrup and ice hockey. Kate graduated from the University of Toronto with a psychology degree. She joined Hope&Glory in August 2018 as part of her postgraduate certificate in public relations from Humber College. Since making the move over to the UK, she has worked on a range of clients including IKEA, Barclays, Get Living, Uber Eats, and the Isle of Man Tourism. She is excitedly learning the ins and outs of the PR world. You can find her browsing London’s markets and petting strangers’ dogs.

Kirsty Evans

Account Executive

After studying at Cardiff University and exploring the breadth of the media world with internships in PR, Film, Journalism and Marketing, Kirsty landed feet-first at Hope&Glory. Drawn in by the company’s creativity, she spreads her time across exciting accounts including Airbnb, Samsung and Guinness (a must for a Welsh rugby fan). When work winds down Kirsty can be found cooking up a storm in the kitchen or reminiscing over her pre-pandemic jungle travels.

Lauren Roberts

Account Director

Lauren joined Hope&Glory in August 2018 from the brand marketing team at Ogilvy, where she worked on a mix of tech and consumer accounts including Google, TK Maxx, Homesense and Save The Rhino. She made the move into PR after three years studying for a journalism degree and seven NCTJ qualifications, as well as a brief stint as a reporter at The Sentinel. She’s now working across a variety of accounts, including Sony, Photobox and Nvidia. When she’s not at her desk, you might catch her running around a festival field, battling bosses on her PS4 or eating one too many olives.

Liam O’Brien

Associate Director

Liam joined Hope&Glory in January 2018 after a stint at Kellogg’s, where he was responsible for running the UK press office and worked on brands including Special K and Pringles. He now works on accounts including Uber, Argos, StubHub and O2. Liam is a recent addition to ‘the dark side, having spent four years as a journalist at the Independent, i Paper and Liverpool Echo. He twice (almost…) won the Anthony Burgess Prize for Arts Journalism for pieces on Rupaul’s Drag Race and Justin Bieber. In his spare time can be found with his nose in a book.

Lily Wiggins

Account Manager

Lily has been a member of the Hope&Glory family since November 2015, following a work placement at Havas PR which sparked her interest for working in the industry.

Since joining Hope&Glory, Lily has put her communication skills to good use across a number of the food and drink accounts including Sainsbury’s, Edrington-Beam Suntory and Symington Family Estates. Lily has also recently joined The Royal Mint account in which she has launched a number of coins, her favourite so far being the James Bond coin. Lily loves nothing more than securing brilliant coverage for her clients, and generally has her finger on the pulse, deciding what’s hot and what’s not.

Outside of the office, you can usually find Lily in the gym or sampling her way around London’s latest cocktail bars!

Lisa Barlow

Account Director

Lisa joined the Hope&Glory team in September 2019 after 3 years in house at Mattel toys, working on campaigns for household names; from hosting the global premiere for the Thomas the Tank engine movie, celebrating Barbie’s 60th anniversary and launching the Toy Story 4 range with an influencer event in LA.

Since arriving at Hope&Glory, her highlights include hanging out with reindeer, running a festive storytime event with Spencer Matthews, and holding media interviews for Warwick Davis. Her current clients include Argos, American Airlines, Facebook Watch, Tourism Australia and Trainline.

Following her degree in Events Management, she is also a keen party planner and has welcomed her role on the H&G social committee with open arms. When not in the office, Lisa can be found catching up on the latest celebrity gossip, at a spin class, or with an iced latte in hand (even in the winter).

Lisa Kamel

Account Executive

After studying Law in her home country, France, and in the Czech Republic for a year, Lisa did her final year of LLM in Business Law in London as an exchange student. What was supposed to be a one-year experience in London never ended as, a year-and-a-half after graduation she is still here and determined to stay after having the chance to join the team at such an exciting agency. After spending over a year working at Clementine PR on luxury drinks brands such as Charles Heidsieck, Mumm and Perrier-Jouët, Château Minuty and Chateau d’Yquem to name a few, Lisa joined Hope&Glory in November 2022 to work on the Edrington UK portfolio, Leap, BSI GTR and Marie Curie. Outside the office you can find her exploring East London, walking through flea markets, and doing outdoor yoga sessions.

Louisa Clark

Account Manager

After graduating from the University of Nottingham in 2018 with a degree in Classical Civilisation, Louisa worked in the Buying department at the Superdrug Head Office before deciding to pursue a career in PR. Since joining at Hope&Glory Louisa has got stuck into a variety of accounts such as Sony, American Airlines, IKEA, Bethesda and the Isle of Man and has found her love for the world of PR.

Outside of the office, Louisa can be found hunting down the newest and best London food market or organising her next European city break.

Lydia Stewart

Senior Account Director

Lydia joined Hope&Glory in 2017 having spent the previous two years learning the ropes at W Communications and Kazoo PR. Since joining H&G, she’s worked with a whole range of clients, but her current roster includes IKEA, Sainsbury’s, Pokemon, Edrington-Beam Suntory UK and Buzz Bingo.

During her time at H&G, Lydia has been involved in some brilliant campaigns including ‘Signsbury’s’, which saw us create the UK’s first signing store for Sainsbury’s, as well as ‘pint sized pub’, where we created the world’s smallest pub for Guinness. Not to mention plenty of pop ups and photoshoots involving a furry friend or two with Guinness World Records and Rover.com.

Mariana Wyatt

Account Executive

After taking on the world before university on gap year, Mariana started a degree in Politics, International Relations and History at Royal Holloway, University of London (the one that looks like Hogwarts). After having virtually graduated thanks to Covid, she interned at a consumer PR agency, where she decided PR was her perfect career. When her first role role came to an end, Mariana set her sights on the land that is Hope&Glory, and since then has immersed herself into her accounts including Bethesda, O2, Pokémon, and Beam Suntory. Outside of work she is to be found seeking out any roof top bar or restaurant in London.

Megan Ruddy

Account Manager

Meg became part of the Hope&Glory team in August 2021 after stints at The Academy and Fever. She’s worked on various consumer, lifestyle and entertainment brands such as Prime Video, NOW, Sky, Amazon Devices, Amazon Alexa, Bear Grylls Adventure, and Warner Bros Studio Tour. She’s now working on Guinness World Records, TaskRabbit, NCL, American Airlines, Samsung, and putting her entertainment-y contacts to good use whenever she can. Outside of work you can find Meg trying really, really hard to roller skate, listening to Cher and being a proud plant mum who has only had to bury (bin) a couple of plants – but she doesn’t want to talk about it.

Mia Douglas

Associate Director

Mia joined Hope&Glory following a stint in-house at casual gaming company King and after five years working with consumer tech, retail and luxury hospitality clients at Brand2Life. She loves getting stuck in with both big name and challenger brands and has worked with the likes of John Lewis, Moonpig, Dell, iCracked and Ascot racecourse. She currently manages press office and campaign activity for some of the agency’s biggest brands including Argos, Sony and HTC. Her experience ranges from developing and executing PR and influencer strategies to event coordination and content creation. She gets a kick out of jumping on reactive PR opportunities to get her clients in the headlines and loves tapping into consumer trends to tell a brand story.

Molly Marodeen

Senior Account Manager

Molly joined the Hope&Glory team in September 2017 after completing her under graduate degree in Nottingham. With a variety of clients including adidas, Airbnb and Sony she has become immersed in the world of PR and enjoys the fast-paced nature of the office. Her highlights so far have been launching the adidas Ultraboost Laceless shoe and getting involved with searching for the dreamiest of Airbnb listings. When she’s not in the office you can find her sipping on a cocktail with friends or exploring what London has to offer.

Neima Jama

Account Executive

Neima began her journey into communications after a stint in Social Media Marketing in Shanghai. On return to the UK she joined the SYWT program which aids young Black women into creative career paths and after nine months at BLOK London (as their marketing assistant) found herself at Hope&Glory. In her spare time you can find Neima scrolling around the net for the newest eatery to try in London or watching endless hours of YouTube.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Dominique Daly

Associate Director

“Hope&Glory born and bred,” Dom joined as a fresh-faced intern back in January 2013. In her time, she’s worked on a broad range of accounts across retail, travel, family, consumer tech and much more. Dom is a stalwart of the IKEA press office, making sure news out about the brand is getting out in new and exciting ways, and is particularly proud of the recent ‘Recommended Daily Allowance for Free Time’ campaign for Center Parcs, which ignited national conversation about children’s schedules. Outside of the office, Dom’s a fitness fanatic who can often be found trying to convince everyone in the office to join her at the gym.

Don Ferguson

Director

Don joined Hope&Glory in October 2012 having previously spent four years working on a number of consumer lifestyle brands at boutique food and travel PR agencies. He currently works across IKEA, Uber, Mr Black, Weber Grills, Symington Family Estates and the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio – heading up activity across a diverse range of drinks brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Naked Grouse, Auchentoshan, Roku and The House of Suntory’s range of Japanese whiskies. Some of his favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s month-long DIY ‘Dining Club’ pop-up restaurant and Breakfast in Bed Cafe, the launch of the Uber Comedy Car at The Edinburgh Festival and a happy few days working as the personal publicist for the iconic ginger-quiffed American talk show host Conan O’Brien for the launch of Turner Broadcasting-owned truTV in the UK. Scottish, ginger, obsessed with the movie Jaws and bearing more than a passing resemblance to a character from Game of Thrones, Don is generally considered a nice bloke (if a little beardy).y.

Dontae Couch

Account Assistant

Dontae joined Hope&Glory in June 2022, fresh out of university where he studied Business Management with Marketing honors at St Mary’s. Since joining the agency, Dontae has worked with clients such as Pokémon, Trainline, Amazon Ring and NCL. When Dontae is not in the office he’s at home producing music, catching Pokémon or watering his plants.

Ella Bagameri

Account Executive

Originally from Budapest, Ella moved to the UK to complete her Master’s at the University of Glasgow in International Communications, Media & Journalism in 2019. She made the move to London in 2021 and spent a year at PR agency Red Consultancy before joining Hope&Glory in August 2022. She works on clients including LinkedIn, Airbnb, Edrington UK, and Guide Dogs. Outside the office, Ella can be found adding paperbacks to her never-ending TBR list, discovering new food spots around London or cuddled up on the couch with her chubby cat.

Ella Stockton

Senior Account Executive

After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a History degree in 2019, Ella set off on her gap year travels to Australia and New Zealand, returning just a week before the UK went into lockdown. With previous experience working in a PR agency during a summer placement, she decided to further her knowledge of the wonderful world of PR by studying for the CIPR Professional PR Certificate during the summer of 2020. This lead on to her joining Hope&Glory (virtually) in January 2021, where she is working across an exciting variety of accounts including Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Etsy and WUKA. Outside of the office, you’ll find her trying out new restaurants around London, getting her daily steps in through some questionable dancing, or, more recently, assuring her puppy is comfortable on her lap before settling down with a good book.

Emma Battat

Senior Account Executive

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2019 after working at the retail specialist agency, Neat PR, and a marketing stint in Shanghai. After graduating with a degree in History from the University of Nottingham last year, Emma also spent some time travelling around Latin America.

Ready for a new challenge, Emma is now working for a variety of clients including Barclays Mortgages, LinkedIn, HTC, Symingtons and Beam Suntory, and she is excited to get stuck in. Outside of the office, Emma can be found planning her next adventure, dancing, or exploring London and its many restaurants.

Emma Smith

Financial Controller

Emma officially joined the Hope&Glory family in February 2016 with the office move after helping support the daily finances over the past year. Previously, Emma worked in finance for three years at Lansons after graduating from university with a degree in Accounts and Finance. She has since gone on to finish her professional accountancy exams. She is responsible for all the day-to-day financial needs and making sure there are no hiccups along the way. However, it’s not just the numbers and spreadsheets that make her turn up to work each day, she loves the buzz and energy around the office and the unpredictability of what could be coming her way next.

Emma Giles

Account Director

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in February 2020 after spending the last two and a half years at working in the consumer team at Hotwire where she worked on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts including McAfee, Hilton and ASUS, leading on press office activity and managing a range of media and influencer projects. There she got the chance to promote Mariah Carey’s surprising hostel appearance for Hostelworld and worked with McAfee on their annual ‘most dangerous celebrity’ campaign.

At Hope&Glory Emma works on Barclays Retail, Buzz Bingo, Get Living and Sony Campaigns, managing campaigns, press office activity and drinking copious amounts of coffee. Outside of work Emma can either be found scouring Skyscanner for a good deal or pounding the pavements and parks of SW London whilst listening to a true crime podcast.

Fiona Bull

Account Director

Fiona joined Hope&Glory in 2017 after completing her Master’s in Public History at Royal Holloway, University of London and spending time exploring America. Hope&Glory proved the perfect company to learn from, and during her time here, Fiona has worked on a range of accounts, most notably Argos, American Airlines and Uber Eats. Her highlights so far have been creating Britain’s first smart boat with Argos and Google, and walking the BAFTAs red carpet with American Airlines. Outside of work Fiona can usually be found listening to the latest true crime podcast or spoiling her dogs, Timo and Dex.

Flora Laven-Morris

Associate Director

Flora originally joined the land of Hope&Glory in June 2013 working across The Royal Mint, O2, Sony and Barclays among others. Trying to justify the politics degree, she had a yearlong stint as Head of Communications for the economic think tank, The Adam Smith Institute, getting a crash course in public affairs and economic policy. Despite its serious effort, politics still just couldn’t compete with the weird and wonderful world of consumer PR and Flora joined the “Hope&Glory Boomerang Club” in May 2017 working on clients including Pokemon and Facebook.

George Costi

Associate Director

George joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after nearly a decade working across a variety of gaming, tech and sports brands such as Activision, Electronic Arts, PlayStation, Square Enix, HONOR (Huawei), McDonald’s football sponsorship and Under Armour.

At Hope&Glory, he leads a diverse portfolio of accounts that includes Bethesda, DeNA, O2 and StubHub.Infamous around the office for his terrible taste in movies (if The Rock stars in it or Michael Bay directed it then it’s pretty much an instant-classic in his eyes!), he’s also a lifelong (and therefore long-suffering) Gooner and massive fan of pro wrasslin’.

Hope&Glory’s resident Imelda Marcos-wannabe, George can often be found shopping for trainers he definitely doesn’t need or have room for…!

Hannah Brady

Account Assistant

Hannah joined Hope&Glory after completing her degree in Politics & International Relations at Cardiff University. Prior to this she interned for VM COMMS where she worked on a range of beauty brands such as Dr.Jart+, Bobbi Brown and Beauty Bay. Hannah is now working on a variety of accounts including adidas, Greggs, Sainsburys food, Symingtons and Beam Suntory International.  Outside the office Hannah can be found on the Lacrosse pitch, hunting down the best espresso martinis in London (send any suggestions her way) or shopping (which she has elevated to an art form).

Hannah Jeffery

Office Manager

Hannah joined the Hope&Glory team in 2022 after over five years in operations and office management so she knows a thing or two about how a smooth office should run and the importance of getting the details right. She also dabbles in top class diary management, making sure our work lives are as efficient as possible. Outside work (and evident in this photo), Hannah’s skincare collection really does scream “obsession”, and she spends a lot of her spare time (and money) reviewing products and new launches, as well as being the go-to girl in friendship groups for beauty advice. Her other passion is attempting to grow vegetables at home (this year it’s tender stem broccoli).

Hannah Jones

Senior Account Manager

Hannah joined Hope&Glory in August 2021, following three years at Hotwire where she worked in the consumer team on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts, including OkCupid, McAfee, ASUS, Vrbo and Casper. There, she was part of McAfee’s infamous Most Dangerous Celebrity campaign team for three years running, as well as working on Vrbo’s award winning ‘Teddy Express’ campaign, through to setting the dating world to rights during lockdown with OkCupid. At Hope&Glory, Hannah works on Guinness, Edrington UK, Sony Content, Sony Xperia and Tourism Australia. Outside of the office, Hannah can be found roaming the streets (and bars) of Shoreditch, buying an obscene amount of plants from Columbia Flower Market and obsessing over the ultimate snack…crisps! Believe it or not, there isn’t a flavour she doesn’t like!

Holly Beth Dazely

Account Director

Holly Beth joined Hope&Glory in August 2017 after a stint at Brighton based agency Switched On Communications, where she cut her teeth on brands such as T2, SUSHISAMBA, Duck & Waffle, Taste of London and Visit Brighton. Prior to this, Holly Beth completed a degree in Marketing Communications at Bournemouth University (including a one year placement at L’Oreal), before travelling around Asia and Australia. Since joining the Hope&Glory team, she has worked on clients including Uber Eats, Argos, Fiji Water and London Coffee Festival. When not in the office, Holly can be found binge-watching crime dramas, eating her way around London and debating the validity of horoscopes.

Ignez Pereira Da Silva

Account Assistant

Ignez joined Hope&Glory in March 2022. Originally from Lisbon, Portugal, she has a background in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre and decided to move to London around four years ago to follow that passion. Ignez fit into the agency lifestyle very quickly: started working on our Front of House but quickly moved on to the PR side of the company, working with clients such as Le Creuset, feeding into her love for the brand and passion for home interior design. She is excited to carry on her PR journey with Hope&Glory and looks forward to working on more accounts in the future. Outside work, Ignez will either be watching an open-air musical, buried under her pile of TBR books, or – her favourite hobby – watching Formula One with friends.

Jack Ashton

Account Manager

Jack joined the Hope&Glory team in October 2022. After graduating from the University of East Anglia in 2019, he traded the Norfolk broads for pitches and press releases and completed a year-long stint in PR in Manchester before moving to London for two years at Milk & Honey. Since making the move to Hope&Glory, he has kicked off work across LinkedIn, Findmypast, Sainsburys, SEGA and Pokémon. When he’s not doing that, you’ll find him failing to beat his running PBs, coveting the latest paperback, or completing the latest Pokédex.

Jack Hutchinson

Creative Director

Jack is a Creative Director at Hope&Glory. He joined with over a decade’s experience at agencies including Mischief, The Brooklyn Brothers, M&C Saatchi PR and Kaper, creating attention grabbing work for clients ranging from LEGO to Coca-Cola to Jaguar Land Rover. As well as being passionate about all things creative, Jack is a keen advocate of bringing talent from a range of backgrounds into the industry and has been a long-time mentor on schemes such as D&AD Shift. When not in the office, you will likely find him behind the wheel of a car, at the table of a bougie restaurant or “in the studio” (aka his office / man cave) making some “bass heavy beats”.

Jacob Potter

Account Assistant

James Brown

Senior Account Manager

James joined Hope&Glory in May 2019 following two-year spells at both Frank and Burson-Marsteller where he gained a host of experience ranging from selling-out The Big Feastival and HSBC Rugby Sevens, promoting the Jamaica and Egypt tourist boards, to launching cars for Volvo and Ford. He is most proud of his involvement in the Missing Type campaign for the NHS Blood & Transplant and his environmental efforts for the Lewis Pugh Foundation.

Since his arrival at Hope&Glory, James has activated sports sponsorship opportunities for American Express, Hotels.com and Paddy Power across the worlds of tennis, football and thumb wrestling. His current clients include Guinness, Sony, Hostelworld, O2 and Bethesda.

James studied Journalism at Cardiff University before swiftly making the move to the ‘dark side’ for a PR career in the bright lights of London. He can usually be found with a pint in his hand at pub quizzes, reminiscing about the better times at Old Trafford, or hitting a gaming marathon on his PS4.

James Gordon-MacIntosh

Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer

James is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. He started the agency alongside Jo at the end of 2011, prior to which he was managing partner at Seventy Seven PR (now a part of FleishmanHillard Fishburn). Together, he and Jo have so far managed to build a respectably accomplished team that work on some fantastic clients. Some of his favourite pieces of work in the last five years includes catapulting the HTC “Phonies” campaign to global fame and dramatically increasing sales, luring 12,000 people to a cheese and wine festival by recreating Beyoncé’s infamous pregnancy announcement – dubbed “Brie-oncé”, and creating DN-Ale, the world’s first beer to based on the DNA of its Brewmaster for Meantime.

James Keiller

Senior Creative

James started at Hope&Glory in April 2015 after short placements at Citizen Relations and FleishmanHillard. Over the last three years he’s done a cracking Blofeld impression for O2 “Cat Casting”, paid his respects by creating a seven-foot-high portrait of the Queen out of coins, and opened a Game of Thrones bakery with the show’s very own Hot Pie. Currently loving working on Facebook, The Royal Mint, Barclays Retail, Isle of Man, HTC Vive, Nvidia and Uber Eats, he’s looking forward to the coming months in which he’ll no doubt be getting up to more madness across the agency.

Jen Murdoch

Associate Director

Jen joined Hope&Glory back in February 2014 and, throughout her time at the agency, has grown into a key member of the senior team. In those 5+ years, Jen has shone a light (literally!) on Marie Curie nurses and the great work they do with our Garden of Light and Memory Tree campaigns for the charity, enlisted rugby legends Gareth Thomas and Lewis Moody to list their homes on Airbnb for the Rugby World Cup, and visited small shops up and down the country in the name of Small Business Saturday.

Jenni David

Senior Account Executive

Jenni has re-joined the team at Hope&Glory after spending her year in industry at the agency. Now graduated with a degree in Public Relations from Bournemouth University, Jenni is back and has already been involved in some amazing campaigns and now works on the likes of Get Living, Bethesda, The Famous Grouse and Sainsbury’s. Outside of the office Jenni can be found trying out the latest bottomless brunch spots, practising her baking skills, or attempting to master her latest challenge, roller skating…despite her notorious clumsiness.

Jennie Muir

Senior Account Executive

Jennie joined Hope&Glory in November 2020, after working for the creative agency Taylor Herring, where she worked across various brands such as Samsung, easyJet, Just Eat and Disney. She moved to the UK from Canada in 2019 to finish her postgraduate program in public relations. In Toronto, she had the opportunity to work with iconic Canadian companies like Roots and EntertainmentOne. Now she works across a number of Hope&Glory projects ranging from Pokémon to American Express. In addition to her passion for PR, Jennie comes from a long line of badminton legends but also enjoys tennis, squash, soccer and snowboarding. Any London pizza spot recommendations please send her way.

Jess Gardiner

Account Director

Jess joined Hope&Glory in 2022 after spending four years at the Omnicom Group and the next four years at Mischief PR. Previously, Jess has worked on a vast range of big-name consumer brands, ranging from The LEGO Group, Honda, ODEON Cinemas, Nestle, and Vodafone. AT H&G, Jess is currently working with the likes of Uber and Uber Eats, Virgin Media O2, The Royal Mint and Buzz Bingo. Jess loves creating exciting work that grabs attention and gets people talking and finds nothing more satisfying than friends and family seeing the results of her work in the wild. Outside work, Jess is learning the ropes as a new dog mum and is on a seemingly never-ending mission to renovate her north London flat.

Jessica Smith

Account Manager

Having just graduated from the University of Bristol with a degree in English Literature, Jessica joined Hope&Glory as an Account Assistant in August 2019.

Jess previously had some experience in marketing, but now wants to channel her creativity and put her writing skills into practice within the dynamic field of PR & Communications. She has avid interests in fashion, beauty, food and drink, and since starting with the agency has already been involved in exciting projects for clients such as FIJI Water, Instagram, Pots&Co, and Uber to name a few.

On a good day, Jess can be found gallery-hopping around London, enjoying some live music or even a life drawing class; but most of the time she’s just lost in a good book or her favourite astrology podcast.

Jessie Cox

Associate Director

Jessie joined the ranks of Hope&Glory in early 2016 following stints at both House PR and Kazoo Communications. Her varied portfolio includes technology, entertainment and lifestyle brands, featuring everything from Kia Motors to BT. Since becoming a member of the Hope&Glory team, she’s immersed herself in the wonderful world of VR with HTC Vive, got hands-on with Sony’s Sound portfolio and met with many a cosplayer for Final Fantasy XIV. Some personal highlights include managing a collaboration with the Royal Academy and HTC Vive to showcase the world’s first art pieces created entirely in VR, and as a huge fan of reality TV, painting a topless Mario Falcone for TruTV.

Jo Carr

Co-founder and Chief Client Officer

Jo is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. She started the agency with James at the end of 2011 having previously worked with him at Seventy Seven PR, where she was also a managing partner. Jo has over twenty years PR experience, including a long stint at QBO. In recent months, her favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s Dining Club, as well as Deliveroo’s “Fior-egg-tina” – an indulgent, Creme Egg-inspired Pizza. Jo gets a kick out of making sure our clients are happy and ensuring the team are delivering their very best work. She is generally the voice of reason in the office, and is good at keeping everyone calm under pressure, a skill she attributes to having two very boisterous sons at home.

Katy Ball

Director

Katy joined Hope&Glory in 2016, having previously worked on brands like NOW TV, EE, Deezer, and Warner Bros at Fever PR. She has over a decade of experience working on both a global and UK level and currently heads up the teams for brands including Bulb, Sky and Costa Coffee. Her passion is taking brands out of their comfort zones, moving them out of their natural spaces and creating big bang campaigns that resonate with consumers and media alike. When she’s not at the office, Katy can be found on the netball court, climbing the leaderboard on her Peloton bike or planning her next travel adventure (now with a small person in tow).

Kate Mahoney

Account Manager

Born and raised in Toronto, Kate comes from the land of maple syrup and ice hockey. Kate graduated from the University of Toronto with a psychology degree. She joined Hope&Glory in August 2018 as part of her postgraduate certificate in public relations from Humber College. Since making the move over to the UK, she has worked on a range of clients including IKEA, Barclays, Get Living, Uber Eats, and the Isle of Man Tourism. She is excitedly learning the ins and outs of the PR world. You can find her browsing London’s markets and petting strangers’ dogs.

Kirsty Evans

Account Executive

After studying at Cardiff University and exploring the breadth of the media world with internships in PR, Film, Journalism and Marketing, Kirsty landed feet-first at Hope&Glory. Drawn in by the company’s creativity, she spreads her time across exciting accounts including Airbnb, Samsung and Guinness (a must for a Welsh rugby fan). When work winds down Kirsty can be found cooking up a storm in the kitchen or reminiscing over her pre-pandemic jungle travels.

Lauren Roberts

Account Director

Lauren joined Hope&Glory in August 2018 from the brand marketing team at Ogilvy, where she worked on a mix of tech and consumer accounts including Google, TK Maxx, Homesense and Save The Rhino. She made the move into PR after three years studying for a journalism degree and seven NCTJ qualifications, as well as a brief stint as a reporter at The Sentinel. She’s now working across a variety of accounts, including Sony, Photobox and Nvidia. When she’s not at her desk, you might catch her running around a festival field, battling bosses on her PS4 or eating one too many olives.

Liam O’Brien

Associate Director

Liam joined Hope&Glory in January 2018 after a stint at Kellogg’s, where he was responsible for running the UK press office and worked on brands including Special K and Pringles. He now works on accounts including Uber, Argos, StubHub and O2. Liam is a recent addition to ‘the dark side, having spent four years as a journalist at the Independent, i Paper and Liverpool Echo. He twice (almost…) won the Anthony Burgess Prize for Arts Journalism for pieces on Rupaul’s Drag Race and Justin Bieber. In his spare time can be found with his nose in a book.

Lily Wiggins

Account Manager

Lily has been a member of the Hope&Glory family since November 2015, following a work placement at Havas PR which sparked her interest for working in the industry.

Since joining Hope&Glory, Lily has put her communication skills to good use across a number of the food and drink accounts including Sainsbury’s, Edrington-Beam Suntory and Symington Family Estates. Lily has also recently joined The Royal Mint account in which she has launched a number of coins, her favourite so far being the James Bond coin. Lily loves nothing more than securing brilliant coverage for her clients, and generally has her finger on the pulse, deciding what’s hot and what’s not.

Outside of the office, you can usually find Lily in the gym or sampling her way around London’s latest cocktail bars!

Lisa Barlow

Account Director

Lisa joined the Hope&Glory team in September 2019 after 3 years in house at Mattel toys, working on campaigns for household names; from hosting the global premiere for the Thomas the Tank engine movie, celebrating Barbie’s 60th anniversary and launching the Toy Story 4 range with an influencer event in LA.

Since arriving at Hope&Glory, her highlights include hanging out with reindeer, running a festive storytime event with Spencer Matthews, and holding media interviews for Warwick Davis. Her current clients include Argos, American Airlines, Facebook Watch, Tourism Australia and Trainline.

Following her degree in Events Management, she is also a keen party planner and has welcomed her role on the H&G social committee with open arms. When not in the office, Lisa can be found catching up on the latest celebrity gossip, at a spin class, or with an iced latte in hand (even in the winter).

Lisa Kamel

Account Executive

After studying Law in her home country, France, and in the Czech Republic for a year, Lisa did her final year of LLM in Business Law in London as an exchange student. What was supposed to be a one-year experience in London never ended as, a year-and-a-half after graduation she is still here and determined to stay after having the chance to join the team at such an exciting agency. After spending over a year working at Clementine PR on luxury drinks brands such as Charles Heidsieck, Mumm and Perrier-Jouët, Château Minuty and Chateau d’Yquem to name a few, Lisa joined Hope&Glory in November 2022 to work on the Edrington UK portfolio, Leap, BSI GTR and Marie Curie. Outside the office you can find her exploring East London, walking through flea markets, and doing outdoor yoga sessions.

Louisa Clark

Account Manager

After graduating from the University of Nottingham in 2018 with a degree in Classical Civilisation, Louisa worked in the Buying department at the Superdrug Head Office before deciding to pursue a career in PR. Since joining at Hope&Glory Louisa has got stuck into a variety of accounts such as Sony, American Airlines, IKEA, Bethesda and the Isle of Man and has found her love for the world of PR.

Outside of the office, Louisa can be found hunting down the newest and best London food market or organising her next European city break.

Lydia Stewart

Senior Account Director

Lydia joined Hope&Glory in 2017 having spent the previous two years learning the ropes at W Communications and Kazoo PR. Since joining H&G, she’s worked with a whole range of clients, but her current roster includes IKEA, Sainsbury’s, Pokemon, Edrington-Beam Suntory UK and Buzz Bingo.

During her time at H&G, Lydia has been involved in some brilliant campaigns including ‘Signsbury’s’, which saw us create the UK’s first signing store for Sainsbury’s, as well as ‘pint sized pub’, where we created the world’s smallest pub for Guinness. Not to mention plenty of pop ups and photoshoots involving a furry friend or two with Guinness World Records and Rover.com.

Mariana Wyatt

Account Executive

After taking on the world before university on gap year, Mariana started a degree in Politics, International Relations and History at Royal Holloway, University of London (the one that looks like Hogwarts). After having virtually graduated thanks to Covid, she interned at a consumer PR agency, where she decided PR was her perfect career. When her first role role came to an end, Mariana set her sights on the land that is Hope&Glory, and since then has immersed herself into her accounts including Bethesda, O2, Pokémon, and Beam Suntory. Outside of work she is to be found seeking out any roof top bar or restaurant in London.

Megan Ruddy

Account Manager

Meg became part of the Hope&Glory team in August 2021 after stints at The Academy and Fever. She’s worked on various consumer, lifestyle and entertainment brands such as Prime Video, NOW, Sky, Amazon Devices, Amazon Alexa, Bear Grylls Adventure, and Warner Bros Studio Tour. She’s now working on Guinness World Records, TaskRabbit, NCL, American Airlines, Samsung, and putting her entertainment-y contacts to good use whenever she can. Outside of work you can find Meg trying really, really hard to roller skate, listening to Cher and being a proud plant mum who has only had to bury (bin) a couple of plants – but she doesn’t want to talk about it.

Mia Douglas

Associate Director

Mia joined Hope&Glory following a stint in-house at casual gaming company King and after five years working with consumer tech, retail and luxury hospitality clients at Brand2Life. She loves getting stuck in with both big name and challenger brands and has worked with the likes of John Lewis, Moonpig, Dell, iCracked and Ascot racecourse. She currently manages press office and campaign activity for some of the agency’s biggest brands including Argos, Sony and HTC. Her experience ranges from developing and executing PR and influencer strategies to event coordination and content creation. She gets a kick out of jumping on reactive PR opportunities to get her clients in the headlines and loves tapping into consumer trends to tell a brand story.

Molly Marodeen

Senior Account Manager

Molly joined the Hope&Glory team in September 2017 after completing her under graduate degree in Nottingham. With a variety of clients including adidas, Airbnb and Sony she has become immersed in the world of PR and enjoys the fast-paced nature of the office. Her highlights so far have been launching the adidas Ultraboost Laceless shoe and getting involved with searching for the dreamiest of Airbnb listings. When she’s not in the office you can find her sipping on a cocktail with friends or exploring what London has to offer.

Neima Jama

Account Executive

Neima began her journey into communications after a stint in Social Media Marketing in Shanghai. On return to the UK she joined the SYWT program which aids young Black women into creative career paths and after nine months at BLOK London (as their marketing assistant) found herself at Hope&Glory. In her spare time you can find Neima scrolling around the net for the newest eatery to try in London or watching endless hours of YouTube.

Nicola Burton

Director

Nicola joined Hope&Glory in August 2012 after cutting her PR teeth on Merlin attractions, having started her career in television. Since then she’s worked on an eclectic mix of brands, including Uber and Uber Eats, Sainsbury’s, O2, American Express, Virgin Trains and Center Parcs (to name a few).

Some of her favourite campaigns include launching the UK’s first Meat-Free Butchers and the UK’s first signing store, ‘Signsbury’s,’ with Sainsbury’s, floating a house down the Thames for Airbnb, and launching the ‘Uber Shoe’ (too fabulous to walk in, it came with £500 credit!).

As well as running a slick, day-to-day press office for her clients, Nicola loves to work on large scale campaigns that build brand warmth and get people talking. And when she’s not doing that, she’s probably eating a biscuit.

Phoebe Mellor

Senior Account Director

Phoebe joined Hope&Glory in April 2015 having worked as a media specialist at Golin on various consumer brands including Cadbury, Smirnoff and Kenco. She now runs accounts for Hostelworld, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and the consumer press office of the Edrington-Beam Suntory portfolio.

Phoebe is partial to a good cup of tea – as long as it’s done right (she is very particular). When not working, Phoebe is a crime-fanatic and loves a good podcast or true-crime TV shows. Ask her for recommendations – she has plenty!

Rachael Baines

Senior Account Executive

After graduating with an English degree from the University of Nottingham in the summer of 2018, Rachael took a post-uni gap year to travel Australasia and Asia. Following a stint in Creative Recruitment, Rachael decided to switch teams and join the world of PR. Since joining Hope&Glory she has become part of the Sony and Pokemon teams, and has worked on campaigns for some of her favourite brands, including The Instagram Edit @ Selfridges and The Guinness Pint-Sized Pub.

Outside of work you can find Rachael scoping out cheap theatre tickets, planning festival outfits, or attempting to find scenic routes to run around South London. The latter of which is proving difficult as she’s used to the more rural country surroundings of Warwickshire.

Rachel Isaacs

Senior Account Manager

Rachel joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2017 after graduating from the University of the Arts London. Since joining, she has worked across a range of clients including IKEA, Sainsbury’s, The Pokemon Company, HTC Vive and MOMA Foods.

Her highlights so far have been working on the IKEA Savile Row Suits collaboration, as well as the week-long IKEA House Party. Outside of the office, Rachel can be found sampling some of the capital’s most unusual offerings, ranging from Doga (yes, that’s dog yoga) to immersive theatre.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Dominique Daly

Associate Director

“Hope&Glory born and bred,” Dom joined as a fresh-faced intern back in January 2013. In her time, she’s worked on a broad range of accounts across retail, travel, family, consumer tech and much more. Dom is a stalwart of the IKEA press office, making sure news out about the brand is getting out in new and exciting ways, and is particularly proud of the recent ‘Recommended Daily Allowance for Free Time’ campaign for Center Parcs, which ignited national conversation about children’s schedules. Outside of the office, Dom’s a fitness fanatic who can often be found trying to convince everyone in the office to join her at the gym.

Don Ferguson

Director

Don joined Hope&Glory in October 2012 having previously spent four years working on a number of consumer lifestyle brands at boutique food and travel PR agencies. He currently works across IKEA, Uber, Mr Black, Weber Grills, Symington Family Estates and the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio – heading up activity across a diverse range of drinks brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Naked Grouse, Auchentoshan, Roku and The House of Suntory’s range of Japanese whiskies. Some of his favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s month-long DIY ‘Dining Club’ pop-up restaurant and Breakfast in Bed Cafe, the launch of the Uber Comedy Car at The Edinburgh Festival and a happy few days working as the personal publicist for the iconic ginger-quiffed American talk show host Conan O’Brien for the launch of Turner Broadcasting-owned truTV in the UK. Scottish, ginger, obsessed with the movie Jaws and bearing more than a passing resemblance to a character from Game of Thrones, Don is generally considered a nice bloke (if a little beardy).y.

Dontae Couch

Account Assistant

Dontae joined Hope&Glory in June 2022, fresh out of university where he studied Business Management with Marketing honors at St Mary’s. Since joining the agency, Dontae has worked with clients such as Pokémon, Trainline, Amazon Ring and NCL. When Dontae is not in the office he’s at home producing music, catching Pokémon or watering his plants.

Ella Bagameri

Account Executive

Originally from Budapest, Ella moved to the UK to complete her Master’s at the University of Glasgow in International Communications, Media & Journalism in 2019. She made the move to London in 2021 and spent a year at PR agency Red Consultancy before joining Hope&Glory in August 2022. She works on clients including LinkedIn, Airbnb, Edrington UK, and Guide Dogs. Outside the office, Ella can be found adding paperbacks to her never-ending TBR list, discovering new food spots around London or cuddled up on the couch with her chubby cat.

Ella Stockton

Senior Account Executive

After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a History degree in 2019, Ella set off on her gap year travels to Australia and New Zealand, returning just a week before the UK went into lockdown. With previous experience working in a PR agency during a summer placement, she decided to further her knowledge of the wonderful world of PR by studying for the CIPR Professional PR Certificate during the summer of 2020. This lead on to her joining Hope&Glory (virtually) in January 2021, where she is working across an exciting variety of accounts including Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Etsy and WUKA. Outside of the office, you’ll find her trying out new restaurants around London, getting her daily steps in through some questionable dancing, or, more recently, assuring her puppy is comfortable on her lap before settling down with a good book.

Emma Battat

Senior Account Executive

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2019 after working at the retail specialist agency, Neat PR, and a marketing stint in Shanghai. After graduating with a degree in History from the University of Nottingham last year, Emma also spent some time travelling around Latin America.

Ready for a new challenge, Emma is now working for a variety of clients including Barclays Mortgages, LinkedIn, HTC, Symingtons and Beam Suntory, and she is excited to get stuck in. Outside of the office, Emma can be found planning her next adventure, dancing, or exploring London and its many restaurants.

Emma Smith

Financial Controller

Emma officially joined the Hope&Glory family in February 2016 with the office move after helping support the daily finances over the past year. Previously, Emma worked in finance for three years at Lansons after graduating from university with a degree in Accounts and Finance. She has since gone on to finish her professional accountancy exams. She is responsible for all the day-to-day financial needs and making sure there are no hiccups along the way. However, it’s not just the numbers and spreadsheets that make her turn up to work each day, she loves the buzz and energy around the office and the unpredictability of what could be coming her way next.

Emma Giles

Account Director

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in February 2020 after spending the last two and a half years at working in the consumer team at Hotwire where she worked on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts including McAfee, Hilton and ASUS, leading on press office activity and managing a range of media and influencer projects. There she got the chance to promote Mariah Carey’s surprising hostel appearance for Hostelworld and worked with McAfee on their annual ‘most dangerous celebrity’ campaign.

At Hope&Glory Emma works on Barclays Retail, Buzz Bingo, Get Living and Sony Campaigns, managing campaigns, press office activity and drinking copious amounts of coffee. Outside of work Emma can either be found scouring Skyscanner for a good deal or pounding the pavements and parks of SW London whilst listening to a true crime podcast.

Fiona Bull

Account Director

Fiona joined Hope&Glory in 2017 after completing her Master’s in Public History at Royal Holloway, University of London and spending time exploring America. Hope&Glory proved the perfect company to learn from, and during her time here, Fiona has worked on a range of accounts, most notably Argos, American Airlines and Uber Eats. Her highlights so far have been creating Britain’s first smart boat with Argos and Google, and walking the BAFTAs red carpet with American Airlines. Outside of work Fiona can usually be found listening to the latest true crime podcast or spoiling her dogs, Timo and Dex.

Flora Laven-Morris

Associate Director

Flora originally joined the land of Hope&Glory in June 2013 working across The Royal Mint, O2, Sony and Barclays among others. Trying to justify the politics degree, she had a yearlong stint as Head of Communications for the economic think tank, The Adam Smith Institute, getting a crash course in public affairs and economic policy. Despite its serious effort, politics still just couldn’t compete with the weird and wonderful world of consumer PR and Flora joined the “Hope&Glory Boomerang Club” in May 2017 working on clients including Pokemon and Facebook.

George Costi

Associate Director

George joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after nearly a decade working across a variety of gaming, tech and sports brands such as Activision, Electronic Arts, PlayStation, Square Enix, HONOR (Huawei), McDonald’s football sponsorship and Under Armour.

At Hope&Glory, he leads a diverse portfolio of accounts that includes Bethesda, DeNA, O2 and StubHub.Infamous around the office for his terrible taste in movies (if The Rock stars in it or Michael Bay directed it then it’s pretty much an instant-classic in his eyes!), he’s also a lifelong (and therefore long-suffering) Gooner and massive fan of pro wrasslin’.

Hope&Glory’s resident Imelda Marcos-wannabe, George can often be found shopping for trainers he definitely doesn’t need or have room for…!

Hannah Brady

Account Assistant

Hannah joined Hope&Glory after completing her degree in Politics & International Relations at Cardiff University. Prior to this she interned for VM COMMS where she worked on a range of beauty brands such as Dr.Jart+, Bobbi Brown and Beauty Bay. Hannah is now working on a variety of accounts including adidas, Greggs, Sainsburys food, Symingtons and Beam Suntory International.  Outside the office Hannah can be found on the Lacrosse pitch, hunting down the best espresso martinis in London (send any suggestions her way) or shopping (which she has elevated to an art form).

Hannah Jeffery

Office Manager

Hannah joined the Hope&Glory team in 2022 after over five years in operations and office management so she knows a thing or two about how a smooth office should run and the importance of getting the details right. She also dabbles in top class diary management, making sure our work lives are as efficient as possible. Outside work (and evident in this photo), Hannah’s skincare collection really does scream “obsession”, and she spends a lot of her spare time (and money) reviewing products and new launches, as well as being the go-to girl in friendship groups for beauty advice. Her other passion is attempting to grow vegetables at home (this year it’s tender stem broccoli).

Hannah Jones

Senior Account Manager

Hannah joined Hope&Glory in August 2021, following three years at Hotwire where she worked in the consumer team on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts, including OkCupid, McAfee, ASUS, Vrbo and Casper. There, she was part of McAfee’s infamous Most Dangerous Celebrity campaign team for three years running, as well as working on Vrbo’s award winning ‘Teddy Express’ campaign, through to setting the dating world to rights during lockdown with OkCupid. At Hope&Glory, Hannah works on Guinness, Edrington UK, Sony Content, Sony Xperia and Tourism Australia. Outside of the office, Hannah can be found roaming the streets (and bars) of Shoreditch, buying an obscene amount of plants from Columbia Flower Market and obsessing over the ultimate snack…crisps! Believe it or not, there isn’t a flavour she doesn’t like!

Holly Beth Dazely

Account Director

Holly Beth joined Hope&Glory in August 2017 after a stint at Brighton based agency Switched On Communications, where she cut her teeth on brands such as T2, SUSHISAMBA, Duck & Waffle, Taste of London and Visit Brighton. Prior to this, Holly Beth completed a degree in Marketing Communications at Bournemouth University (including a one year placement at L’Oreal), before travelling around Asia and Australia. Since joining the Hope&Glory team, she has worked on clients including Uber Eats, Argos, Fiji Water and London Coffee Festival. When not in the office, Holly can be found binge-watching crime dramas, eating her way around London and debating the validity of horoscopes.

Ignez Pereira Da Silva

Account Assistant

Ignez joined Hope&Glory in March 2022. Originally from Lisbon, Portugal, she has a background in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre and decided to move to London around four years ago to follow that passion. Ignez fit into the agency lifestyle very quickly: started working on our Front of House but quickly moved on to the PR side of the company, working with clients such as Le Creuset, feeding into her love for the brand and passion for home interior design. She is excited to carry on her PR journey with Hope&Glory and looks forward to working on more accounts in the future. Outside work, Ignez will either be watching an open-air musical, buried under her pile of TBR books, or – her favourite hobby – watching Formula One with friends.

Jack Ashton

Account Manager

Jack joined the Hope&Glory team in October 2022. After graduating from the University of East Anglia in 2019, he traded the Norfolk broads for pitches and press releases and completed a year-long stint in PR in Manchester before moving to London for two years at Milk & Honey. Since making the move to Hope&Glory, he has kicked off work across LinkedIn, Findmypast, Sainsburys, SEGA and Pokémon. When he’s not doing that, you’ll find him failing to beat his running PBs, coveting the latest paperback, or completing the latest Pokédex.

Jack Hutchinson

Creative Director

Jack is a Creative Director at Hope&Glory. He joined with over a decade’s experience at agencies including Mischief, The Brooklyn Brothers, M&C Saatchi PR and Kaper, creating attention grabbing work for clients ranging from LEGO to Coca-Cola to Jaguar Land Rover. As well as being passionate about all things creative, Jack is a keen advocate of bringing talent from a range of backgrounds into the industry and has been a long-time mentor on schemes such as D&AD Shift. When not in the office, you will likely find him behind the wheel of a car, at the table of a bougie restaurant or “in the studio” (aka his office / man cave) making some “bass heavy beats”.

Jacob Potter

Account Assistant

James Brown

Senior Account Manager

James joined Hope&Glory in May 2019 following two-year spells at both Frank and Burson-Marsteller where he gained a host of experience ranging from selling-out The Big Feastival and HSBC Rugby Sevens, promoting the Jamaica and Egypt tourist boards, to launching cars for Volvo and Ford. He is most proud of his involvement in the Missing Type campaign for the NHS Blood & Transplant and his environmental efforts for the Lewis Pugh Foundation.

Since his arrival at Hope&Glory, James has activated sports sponsorship opportunities for American Express, Hotels.com and Paddy Power across the worlds of tennis, football and thumb wrestling. His current clients include Guinness, Sony, Hostelworld, O2 and Bethesda.

James studied Journalism at Cardiff University before swiftly making the move to the ‘dark side’ for a PR career in the bright lights of London. He can usually be found with a pint in his hand at pub quizzes, reminiscing about the better times at Old Trafford, or hitting a gaming marathon on his PS4.

James Gordon-MacIntosh

Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer

James is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. He started the agency alongside Jo at the end of 2011, prior to which he was managing partner at Seventy Seven PR (now a part of FleishmanHillard Fishburn). Together, he and Jo have so far managed to build a respectably accomplished team that work on some fantastic clients. Some of his favourite pieces of work in the last five years includes catapulting the HTC “Phonies” campaign to global fame and dramatically increasing sales, luring 12,000 people to a cheese and wine festival by recreating Beyoncé’s infamous pregnancy announcement – dubbed “Brie-oncé”, and creating DN-Ale, the world’s first beer to based on the DNA of its Brewmaster for Meantime.

James Keiller

Senior Creative

James started at Hope&Glory in April 2015 after short placements at Citizen Relations and FleishmanHillard. Over the last three years he’s done a cracking Blofeld impression for O2 “Cat Casting”, paid his respects by creating a seven-foot-high portrait of the Queen out of coins, and opened a Game of Thrones bakery with the show’s very own Hot Pie. Currently loving working on Facebook, The Royal Mint, Barclays Retail, Isle of Man, HTC Vive, Nvidia and Uber Eats, he’s looking forward to the coming months in which he’ll no doubt be getting up to more madness across the agency.

Jen Murdoch

Associate Director

Jen joined Hope&Glory back in February 2014 and, throughout her time at the agency, has grown into a key member of the senior team. In those 5+ years, Jen has shone a light (literally!) on Marie Curie nurses and the great work they do with our Garden of Light and Memory Tree campaigns for the charity, enlisted rugby legends Gareth Thomas and Lewis Moody to list their homes on Airbnb for the Rugby World Cup, and visited small shops up and down the country in the name of Small Business Saturday.

Jenni David

Senior Account Executive

Jenni has re-joined the team at Hope&Glory after spending her year in industry at the agency. Now graduated with a degree in Public Relations from Bournemouth University, Jenni is back and has already been involved in some amazing campaigns and now works on the likes of Get Living, Bethesda, The Famous Grouse and Sainsbury’s. Outside of the office Jenni can be found trying out the latest bottomless brunch spots, practising her baking skills, or attempting to master her latest challenge, roller skating…despite her notorious clumsiness.

Jennie Muir

Senior Account Executive

Jennie joined Hope&Glory in November 2020, after working for the creative agency Taylor Herring, where she worked across various brands such as Samsung, easyJet, Just Eat and Disney. She moved to the UK from Canada in 2019 to finish her postgraduate program in public relations. In Toronto, she had the opportunity to work with iconic Canadian companies like Roots and EntertainmentOne. Now she works across a number of Hope&Glory projects ranging from Pokémon to American Express. In addition to her passion for PR, Jennie comes from a long line of badminton legends but also enjoys tennis, squash, soccer and snowboarding. Any London pizza spot recommendations please send her way.

Jess Gardiner

Account Director

Jess joined Hope&Glory in 2022 after spending four years at the Omnicom Group and the next four years at Mischief PR. Previously, Jess has worked on a vast range of big-name consumer brands, ranging from The LEGO Group, Honda, ODEON Cinemas, Nestle, and Vodafone. AT H&G, Jess is currently working with the likes of Uber and Uber Eats, Virgin Media O2, The Royal Mint and Buzz Bingo. Jess loves creating exciting work that grabs attention and gets people talking and finds nothing more satisfying than friends and family seeing the results of her work in the wild. Outside work, Jess is learning the ropes as a new dog mum and is on a seemingly never-ending mission to renovate her north London flat.

Jessica Smith

Account Manager

Having just graduated from the University of Bristol with a degree in English Literature, Jessica joined Hope&Glory as an Account Assistant in August 2019.

Jess previously had some experience in marketing, but now wants to channel her creativity and put her writing skills into practice within the dynamic field of PR & Communications. She has avid interests in fashion, beauty, food and drink, and since starting with the agency has already been involved in exciting projects for clients such as FIJI Water, Instagram, Pots&Co, and Uber to name a few.

On a good day, Jess can be found gallery-hopping around London, enjoying some live music or even a life drawing class; but most of the time she’s just lost in a good book or her favourite astrology podcast.

Jessie Cox

Associate Director

Jessie joined the ranks of Hope&Glory in early 2016 following stints at both House PR and Kazoo Communications. Her varied portfolio includes technology, entertainment and lifestyle brands, featuring everything from Kia Motors to BT. Since becoming a member of the Hope&Glory team, she’s immersed herself in the wonderful world of VR with HTC Vive, got hands-on with Sony’s Sound portfolio and met with many a cosplayer for Final Fantasy XIV. Some personal highlights include managing a collaboration with the Royal Academy and HTC Vive to showcase the world’s first art pieces created entirely in VR, and as a huge fan of reality TV, painting a topless Mario Falcone for TruTV.

Jo Carr

Co-founder and Chief Client Officer

Jo is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. She started the agency with James at the end of 2011 having previously worked with him at Seventy Seven PR, where she was also a managing partner. Jo has over twenty years PR experience, including a long stint at QBO. In recent months, her favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s Dining Club, as well as Deliveroo’s “Fior-egg-tina” – an indulgent, Creme Egg-inspired Pizza. Jo gets a kick out of making sure our clients are happy and ensuring the team are delivering their very best work. She is generally the voice of reason in the office, and is good at keeping everyone calm under pressure, a skill she attributes to having two very boisterous sons at home.

Katy Ball

Director

Katy joined Hope&Glory in 2016, having previously worked on brands like NOW TV, EE, Deezer, and Warner Bros at Fever PR. She has over a decade of experience working on both a global and UK level and currently heads up the teams for brands including Bulb, Sky and Costa Coffee. Her passion is taking brands out of their comfort zones, moving them out of their natural spaces and creating big bang campaigns that resonate with consumers and media alike. When she’s not at the office, Katy can be found on the netball court, climbing the leaderboard on her Peloton bike or planning her next travel adventure (now with a small person in tow).

Kate Mahoney

Account Manager

Born and raised in Toronto, Kate comes from the land of maple syrup and ice hockey. Kate graduated from the University of Toronto with a psychology degree. She joined Hope&Glory in August 2018 as part of her postgraduate certificate in public relations from Humber College. Since making the move over to the UK, she has worked on a range of clients including IKEA, Barclays, Get Living, Uber Eats, and the Isle of Man Tourism. She is excitedly learning the ins and outs of the PR world. You can find her browsing London’s markets and petting strangers’ dogs.

Kirsty Evans

Account Executive

After studying at Cardiff University and exploring the breadth of the media world with internships in PR, Film, Journalism and Marketing, Kirsty landed feet-first at Hope&Glory. Drawn in by the company’s creativity, she spreads her time across exciting accounts including Airbnb, Samsung and Guinness (a must for a Welsh rugby fan). When work winds down Kirsty can be found cooking up a storm in the kitchen or reminiscing over her pre-pandemic jungle travels.

Lauren Roberts

Account Director

Lauren joined Hope&Glory in August 2018 from the brand marketing team at Ogilvy, where she worked on a mix of tech and consumer accounts including Google, TK Maxx, Homesense and Save The Rhino. She made the move into PR after three years studying for a journalism degree and seven NCTJ qualifications, as well as a brief stint as a reporter at The Sentinel. She’s now working across a variety of accounts, including Sony, Photobox and Nvidia. When she’s not at her desk, you might catch her running around a festival field, battling bosses on her PS4 or eating one too many olives.

Liam O’Brien

Associate Director

Liam joined Hope&Glory in January 2018 after a stint at Kellogg’s, where he was responsible for running the UK press office and worked on brands including Special K and Pringles. He now works on accounts including Uber, Argos, StubHub and O2. Liam is a recent addition to ‘the dark side, having spent four years as a journalist at the Independent, i Paper and Liverpool Echo. He twice (almost…) won the Anthony Burgess Prize for Arts Journalism for pieces on Rupaul’s Drag Race and Justin Bieber. In his spare time can be found with his nose in a book.

Lily Wiggins

Account Manager

Lily has been a member of the Hope&Glory family since November 2015, following a work placement at Havas PR which sparked her interest for working in the industry.

Since joining Hope&Glory, Lily has put her communication skills to good use across a number of the food and drink accounts including Sainsbury’s, Edrington-Beam Suntory and Symington Family Estates. Lily has also recently joined The Royal Mint account in which she has launched a number of coins, her favourite so far being the James Bond coin. Lily loves nothing more than securing brilliant coverage for her clients, and generally has her finger on the pulse, deciding what’s hot and what’s not.

Outside of the office, you can usually find Lily in the gym or sampling her way around London’s latest cocktail bars!

Lisa Barlow

Account Director

Lisa joined the Hope&Glory team in September 2019 after 3 years in house at Mattel toys, working on campaigns for household names; from hosting the global premiere for the Thomas the Tank engine movie, celebrating Barbie’s 60th anniversary and launching the Toy Story 4 range with an influencer event in LA.

Since arriving at Hope&Glory, her highlights include hanging out with reindeer, running a festive storytime event with Spencer Matthews, and holding media interviews for Warwick Davis. Her current clients include Argos, American Airlines, Facebook Watch, Tourism Australia and Trainline.

Following her degree in Events Management, she is also a keen party planner and has welcomed her role on the H&G social committee with open arms. When not in the office, Lisa can be found catching up on the latest celebrity gossip, at a spin class, or with an iced latte in hand (even in the winter).

Lisa Kamel

Account Executive

After studying Law in her home country, France, and in the Czech Republic for a year, Lisa did her final year of LLM in Business Law in London as an exchange student. What was supposed to be a one-year experience in London never ended as, a year-and-a-half after graduation she is still here and determined to stay after having the chance to join the team at such an exciting agency. After spending over a year working at Clementine PR on luxury drinks brands such as Charles Heidsieck, Mumm and Perrier-Jouët, Château Minuty and Chateau d’Yquem to name a few, Lisa joined Hope&Glory in November 2022 to work on the Edrington UK portfolio, Leap, BSI GTR and Marie Curie. Outside the office you can find her exploring East London, walking through flea markets, and doing outdoor yoga sessions.

Louisa Clark

Account Manager

After graduating from the University of Nottingham in 2018 with a degree in Classical Civilisation, Louisa worked in the Buying department at the Superdrug Head Office before deciding to pursue a career in PR. Since joining at Hope&Glory Louisa has got stuck into a variety of accounts such as Sony, American Airlines, IKEA, Bethesda and the Isle of Man and has found her love for the world of PR.

Outside of the office, Louisa can be found hunting down the newest and best London food market or organising her next European city break.

Lydia Stewart

Senior Account Director

Lydia joined Hope&Glory in 2017 having spent the previous two years learning the ropes at W Communications and Kazoo PR. Since joining H&G, she’s worked with a whole range of clients, but her current roster includes IKEA, Sainsbury’s, Pokemon, Edrington-Beam Suntory UK and Buzz Bingo.

During her time at H&G, Lydia has been involved in some brilliant campaigns including ‘Signsbury’s’, which saw us create the UK’s first signing store for Sainsbury’s, as well as ‘pint sized pub’, where we created the world’s smallest pub for Guinness. Not to mention plenty of pop ups and photoshoots involving a furry friend or two with Guinness World Records and Rover.com.

Mariana Wyatt

Account Executive

After taking on the world before university on gap year, Mariana started a degree in Politics, International Relations and History at Royal Holloway, University of London (the one that looks like Hogwarts). After having virtually graduated thanks to Covid, she interned at a consumer PR agency, where she decided PR was her perfect career. When her first role role came to an end, Mariana set her sights on the land that is Hope&Glory, and since then has immersed herself into her accounts including Bethesda, O2, Pokémon, and Beam Suntory. Outside of work she is to be found seeking out any roof top bar or restaurant in London.

Megan Ruddy

Account Manager

Meg became part of the Hope&Glory team in August 2021 after stints at The Academy and Fever. She’s worked on various consumer, lifestyle and entertainment brands such as Prime Video, NOW, Sky, Amazon Devices, Amazon Alexa, Bear Grylls Adventure, and Warner Bros Studio Tour. She’s now working on Guinness World Records, TaskRabbit, NCL, American Airlines, Samsung, and putting her entertainment-y contacts to good use whenever she can. Outside of work you can find Meg trying really, really hard to roller skate, listening to Cher and being a proud plant mum who has only had to bury (bin) a couple of plants – but she doesn’t want to talk about it.

Mia Douglas

Associate Director

Mia joined Hope&Glory following a stint in-house at casual gaming company King and after five years working with consumer tech, retail and luxury hospitality clients at Brand2Life. She loves getting stuck in with both big name and challenger brands and has worked with the likes of John Lewis, Moonpig, Dell, iCracked and Ascot racecourse. She currently manages press office and campaign activity for some of the agency’s biggest brands including Argos, Sony and HTC. Her experience ranges from developing and executing PR and influencer strategies to event coordination and content creation. She gets a kick out of jumping on reactive PR opportunities to get her clients in the headlines and loves tapping into consumer trends to tell a brand story.

Molly Marodeen

Senior Account Manager

Molly joined the Hope&Glory team in September 2017 after completing her under graduate degree in Nottingham. With a variety of clients including adidas, Airbnb and Sony she has become immersed in the world of PR and enjoys the fast-paced nature of the office. Her highlights so far have been launching the adidas Ultraboost Laceless shoe and getting involved with searching for the dreamiest of Airbnb listings. When she’s not in the office you can find her sipping on a cocktail with friends or exploring what London has to offer.

Neima Jama

Account Executive

Neima began her journey into communications after a stint in Social Media Marketing in Shanghai. On return to the UK she joined the SYWT program which aids young Black women into creative career paths and after nine months at BLOK London (as their marketing assistant) found herself at Hope&Glory. In her spare time you can find Neima scrolling around the net for the newest eatery to try in London or watching endless hours of YouTube.

Nicola Burton

Director

Nicola joined Hope&Glory in August 2012 after cutting her PR teeth on Merlin attractions, having started her career in television. Since then she’s worked on an eclectic mix of brands, including Uber and Uber Eats, Sainsbury’s, O2, American Express, Virgin Trains and Center Parcs (to name a few).

Some of her favourite campaigns include launching the UK’s first Meat-Free Butchers and the UK’s first signing store, ‘Signsbury’s,’ with Sainsbury’s, floating a house down the Thames for Airbnb, and launching the ‘Uber Shoe’ (too fabulous to walk in, it came with £500 credit!).

As well as running a slick, day-to-day press office for her clients, Nicola loves to work on large scale campaigns that build brand warmth and get people talking. And when she’s not doing that, she’s probably eating a biscuit.

Phoebe Mellor

Senior Account Director

Phoebe joined Hope&Glory in April 2015 having worked as a media specialist at Golin on various consumer brands including Cadbury, Smirnoff and Kenco. She now runs accounts for Hostelworld, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and the consumer press office of the Edrington-Beam Suntory portfolio.

Phoebe is partial to a good cup of tea – as long as it’s done right (she is very particular). When not working, Phoebe is a crime-fanatic and loves a good podcast or true-crime TV shows. Ask her for recommendations – she has plenty!

Rachael Baines

Senior Account Executive

After graduating with an English degree from the University of Nottingham in the summer of 2018, Rachael took a post-uni gap year to travel Australasia and Asia. Following a stint in Creative Recruitment, Rachael decided to switch teams and join the world of PR. Since joining Hope&Glory she has become part of the Sony and Pokemon teams, and has worked on campaigns for some of her favourite brands, including The Instagram Edit @ Selfridges and The Guinness Pint-Sized Pub.

Outside of work you can find Rachael scoping out cheap theatre tickets, planning festival outfits, or attempting to find scenic routes to run around South London. The latter of which is proving difficult as she’s used to the more rural country surroundings of Warwickshire.

Rachel Isaacs

Senior Account Manager

Rachel joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2017 after graduating from the University of the Arts London. Since joining, she has worked across a range of clients including IKEA, Sainsbury’s, The Pokemon Company, HTC Vive and MOMA Foods.

Her highlights so far have been working on the IKEA Savile Row Suits collaboration, as well as the week-long IKEA House Party. Outside of the office, Rachel can be found sampling some of the capital’s most unusual offerings, ranging from Doga (yes, that’s dog yoga) to immersive theatre.

Reece Reynolds

Account Executive

After a year out of education to save for and travel around South-East Asia and Australia, Reece embedded got stuck into a Politics and International Relations degree as Nottingham Trent University. He now works across accounts including Facebook, Sony, Sega and Find my Past – combing a love of gaming, social media and a new-found passion for family history. He’s always been a huge fan of my boyhood club Aston Villa and follows football and Formula 1. Reece lived the majority of my childhood in Birmingham however was heavily drawn by the city lights that shine upon the land of Hope&Glory.

Ross Brown

Account Manager

Ross joined the Hope&Glory team in November 2021 following spells at Mischief and Tin Man. He has worked on range of household brands including The LEGO Group, Vodafone, E.ON, Just Eat, Southampton FC and Virgin Media, handling both campaign work and managing various press offices. At Hope&Glory he works on a wide range of clients with a focus on technology brands including Uber and Uber Eats, Virgin Media O2, The Pokémon Company and Twitch.tv delivering a mixture of press office and project work. Outside work, Ross can regularly be found on a cricket pitch or out trying out the latest openings from the London food scene.

Ryan Lambert

Senior Finance Executive

Ryan joined Hope&Glory in April 2018 and works in the finance team with Emma, supporting the daily tasks of managing the agency’s money. He graduated from the University of Essex with a degree in economics in the summer of 2017, with his highlight being a year abroad studying in Arkansas, USA. When not crunching numbers, Ryan loves to talk all things football, as well as music and is a proud foodie. He is excited to begin his finance career with us and plans to sit his professional accountancy exams in the near future.

Sabrina Ahmed

Account Manager

Sabrina joined Hope&Glory in January 2019 after completing The Taylor Bennett Foundation, a PR traineeship for BAME graduates. Before making the move to London she graduated from a Journalism degree at Sheffield Hallam University, where she was born and raised.

Since joining, Sabrina has worked on a well-rounded mix of clients including Facebook, The Royal Mint, Taco Bell, Osmo, Buzz Bingo and drinks giant, Edrington-Beam Suntory.

Outside of the office, Sabrina can be found discovering the most Instagramable restaurants, singing (badly) at karaoke bars or questioning the meaning of life over a conspiracy theory documentary.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce

Senior Account Director

Alex joined Hope&Glory in 2015, bringing with him a wealth of experience in sports PR and sponsorship. Since then he’s worked across all our sport and fitness accounts, including adidas, Guinness Six Nations, Virgin Active, Red Bull and AMEX’s sponsorship of Wimbledon.

Aside from the world of sport, Alex also works across our extensive drinks portfolio including The Macallan and The Famous Grouse. Outside of work you can find him supporting his beloved Aston Villa and claiming he can smell stone fruits in every whisky he tries.

Alice Donnelly

Account Assistant

After taking a year out to pursue acting, Alice went on to study Drama at the University of Exeter and an MPhil in Arts, Creativity and Education at Queens’ College, Cambridge where she researched the entanglement of digital body editing and the contemporary teenage girl. After realising that the world of academia may not be for her, Alice joined Hope&Glory in July 2022 and hasn’t looked back. Since joining, she has worked on accounts such as Uber, Etsy, Lick and Edrington UK and loves the fast-paced nature of the job. When Alice isn’t at work you can find her either at the theatre, exploring the restaurants and bars of London with friends or devouring the latest bestselling novel.

Alicia Bult

Senior Account Director

Alicia joined Hope&Glory in October 2015 after graduating from Bournemouth University with a degree in public relations. Over three years, she has worked on a range of accounts at Hope&Glory, most notably IKEA, Sainsbury’s, American Express, HTC and EBS (Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam bourbon) – so it’s safe to say that her home interiors are always on trend and you’ll frequently find her sipping on old fashioneds. It is fitting then, that building the nation’s smallest pub for Meantime was one of her favourite past campaigns, closely followed by re-creating Kim Kardashian’s most iconic selfies with The G-C herself (Gemma Collins) to launch HTC’s U12+ smartphone.

Amber Druce

Account Director

Amber started her Hope&Glory journey in August 2018, having spent just under two years at London-based fashion and lifestyle agency, Emerge, where she worked across the likes of Eyeko, ellesse, and Airtasker. Previous to that, she spent time at BWP Group, where she helped bring to life IKEA’s very first ‘houseboat’ for its 4-week stint sailing along the Thames. She now works on the likes of StubHub, London Coffee Festival, and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio. After working hours, Amber can often be found jewellery making, listening to true crime podcasts, and FaceTiming her family cat.

Amelia Greenwood

Senior Account Director

Amelia joined Hope&Glory in 2014 after graduating from the University of Exeter and spending several months travelling South East Asia. Her work at Hope&Glory has spanned a wide range of clients and sectors, from managing multiple phone launches for HTC, to working with Barclays LifeSkills to create the world’s first Work Experience. More recently, Amelia has secured some killer pieces of coverage for the Airbnb press office and put London’s East Village on the map by promoting their cheese festival with a cheese-carved “Brie-oncé”. Amelia is known around the office for being an animal lover, and can often be found trying to convince her team mates to adopt an office puppy.

Amy Jones

Creative Director

Amy has been with Hope&Glory since 2016, having joined from Premier PR. She spent her formative years injecting creativity into the world of consumer healthcare, before moving on to work for five years with some of the world’s most famous attractions. Highlights include hosting the world’s first “audio aquarium” for visually impaired children at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, kicking off Up at the O2’s first Christmas season with a choir on the icy roof, and training PR’s globally how best to promote and photograph wax figures. At Hope&Glory her accounts include Argos, Sony and Hostelworld.

Amy Townsend

Senior Account Executive

After finishing an English degree from the University of Leeds in 2020 (including a placement at Sainsbury’s and an internship at Hope&Glory) Amy spent a year at creative agency The Romans, where she worked on consumer clients including Sports Direct, Stitch Fix, Nursem and Duolingo. After a stint working on New Balance, ASOS and ellesse at fashion agency Gung Ho, Amy joined Hope&Glory in in September 2022 to work on lifestyle accounts including adidas, etsy and Lick. Outside the office you can usually find her hunting down bargains in East London vintage shops, going to art shows, making paintings of her own or buying plants on Columbia Road.

Anna Pears

Senior Account Executive

While studying for a degree in Psychology, Anna interned at a number of London PR agencies, where her first experience of the industry was accompanying a 6ft Loony Tunes character through central London! Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in March, Anna has been getting stuck into accounts including Uber Eats, The Royal Mint, Buzz Bingo, Amaro Montenegro and Remember a Charity. When not in the office, you can find Anna in a yoga class, perfecting the art of a headstand.

Anna Terrell

Joint-Managing Director

Anna is Joint-Managing Director at Hope&Glory. A consumer, entertainment and lifestyle PR professional with almost 20 years’ experience, she has worked with world-renowned brands including Nintendo, Nokia, Kenco and Flora. She has been at Hope&Glory since 2016, heading up the agency’s work for Sainsbury’s, The Royal Mint, Etsy and American Airlines. Her favourite piece of work was the multi-awarding winning launch of Sky Arts on Freeview, which saw globally-recognised artist Spencer Tunick create an installation which allowed people to participate in the arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. Anna is often the logical problem solver in the office, which she says is down to having an engineering degree and a North-West upbringing.

Anna van den Berg

Account Manager

Anna started her Hope&Glory journey in July 2021, having spent two years at London-based agency, Freuds, where she worked across the likes of KFC, Evian, Amazon Prime Video and Nike Football. Prior to this, she interned with a handful of consumer agencies working on a variety of clientele in Sport, TV and Film. She now works across Greggs, Uber Eats & Rides, SEGA Europe, Remember a Charity and a number of spirit brands within the Edrington UK portfolio. Anna is half-Dutch, a self-confessed foodie, dedicated plant mum and is, we’re assured, the best person to have on your team for the pop culture round at a pub quiz.

Charlie Easter

Account Manager

Charlie joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after graduating from the University of Southampton. Since moving from the south coast, he has got stuck into some of the agency’s larger press offices, working across Airbnb, Guinness and Argos alongside Sony Campaigns, Get Living and Time to Change. Whether it’s arranging press trips or clipping coverage, Charlie’s got stuck in wherever he can.

Outside of the office he loves nothing more than tending to his houseplants and watching Norwich City collect 3 points. He also has high hopes of becoming a fully-fledged thumb model after his career debut in a Paddy Power campaign.

Charlie Goldsmith

Senior Account Manager

Charlie first joined Hope&Glory in 2016, where he worked on the likes of adidas, Airbnb, LinkedIn and Guinness World Records for three years. After a brief stint in property development, quickly realising it wasn’t the career for him, Charlie boomeranged straight back to H&G in August 2022. He works across a variety of accounts, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Pokémon and Mars Wrigley. Some of his highlights over his recent time at the agency include a photoshoot in -20°C in Lapland for the launch of Uber Sleigh and working with the legend Ross Kemp for the launch of Snickers’ Match Day Reminders. When he’s not in the office you can usually find him on the golf course, or more specifically the woods on the golf course looking for his golf ball.

Chloe Morris

Account Director

Chloe joined Hope&Glory in June 2018 from the PR team of creative agency, Karmarama (formerly known as Kaper), where she worked on a range of consumer and corporate accounts including IKEA, Virgin Trains, The Fairtrade Foundation and several Unilever food brands. Prior to this, Chloe studied French and Politics at The University of Sheffield, during which time she spent a year living and working in France where she took every opportunity to sample the country’s cheese and wine offerings. She’s now working for a variety of clients including American Express, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and LinkedIn. Outside the office, Chloe can usually be found playing netball, trying out London’s restaurants or catching up on the latest Netflix series.

Charlie Mulock

Director

Charlie joined us in January 2014 with a pedigree in top-class consumer brand campaigns for big-name global clients including Nike, adidas, Durex, American Express, Sony Ericsson, SKY, P&G, Southern Comfort and Nestle, to name but a few. She has had stints at top agencies including H+K Strategies, Freud Communications, Four Communications and Cake in her career to date. She currently heads up Argos, Get Living London and MEATliquor. In the last few months she has been busy making the East Village cheese and wine festival famous with Brie-Once, launched a pink burger for MEATliquor at London Pride and created the ultimate ‘buzzing’ ice cream for the ArcelorMittal Orbit. Charlie is a little bit of a chatter box, her colleagues would definitely say you know when she is about.

Claire Kane

Director

Claire joined the Hope&Glory team in the summer of 2019, bringing over a decade’s worth of B2C and B2B experience with her. Since then, Claire has been working across a number of widely recognised brands in the worlds of finance (Barclays) and entertainment (FacebookWatch), while also establishing a name for a number new entrants to the UK health and fitness sector (CLIF Bar and HelloYoga) and helping position LinkedIn as a champion for workplace issues.

Prior to this she amassed a wealth of experience in FMCG, retail, travel and consumer tech, delivering consumer comms campaigns at both a local and international scale. A key highlight was bringing back the Milk Tray Man for family favourite Cadbury, while also launching Christmas campaigns for the likes of John Lewis and Sainsbury’s.

When she’s not in the office Claire can be found touring London on a quest to find the best Sunday roast, spinning to work off all the essential ‘taste testing’, or perfecting her darting technique (a new hobby born out of isolation).

Dave Stitson

Director

Dave originally joined Hope&Glory in September 2013 as employee number ten-ish. After a stint at Taylor Herring he returned in October 2016, bringing with him his incredible knowledge of Mariah Carey and love for celebrity gossip – it was sorely missed! Dave’s favourite pieces of work include the Deliveroo Crème Egg Pizza, launching the PowerPuff Emporium for Cartoon Network and celebrating the Garden of Light with Marie Curie for their Great Daffodil Appeal.

Demi Lewis

Senior Account Executive

Demi began her creative career working at a boutique London-based PR agency, where her first experience of the industry was working on consumer clients such as easyHotel and Clintons. Since joining Hope & Glory as an intern in January, Demi has been getting stuck into her accounts including Argos, Norwegian Cruise Line, Bulb and Edrington-Bean Suntory. When not in the office, you can find Demi eating her way around London or organising her next trip abroad! Any recommended travel destinations, please send her way.

Dominique Daly

Associate Director

“Hope&Glory born and bred,” Dom joined as a fresh-faced intern back in January 2013. In her time, she’s worked on a broad range of accounts across retail, travel, family, consumer tech and much more. Dom is a stalwart of the IKEA press office, making sure news out about the brand is getting out in new and exciting ways, and is particularly proud of the recent ‘Recommended Daily Allowance for Free Time’ campaign for Center Parcs, which ignited national conversation about children’s schedules. Outside of the office, Dom’s a fitness fanatic who can often be found trying to convince everyone in the office to join her at the gym.

Don Ferguson

Director

Don joined Hope&Glory in October 2012 having previously spent four years working on a number of consumer lifestyle brands at boutique food and travel PR agencies. He currently works across IKEA, Uber, Mr Black, Weber Grills, Symington Family Estates and the Edrington Beam-Suntory portfolio – heading up activity across a diverse range of drinks brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Naked Grouse, Auchentoshan, Roku and The House of Suntory’s range of Japanese whiskies. Some of his favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s month-long DIY ‘Dining Club’ pop-up restaurant and Breakfast in Bed Cafe, the launch of the Uber Comedy Car at The Edinburgh Festival and a happy few days working as the personal publicist for the iconic ginger-quiffed American talk show host Conan O’Brien for the launch of Turner Broadcasting-owned truTV in the UK. Scottish, ginger, obsessed with the movie Jaws and bearing more than a passing resemblance to a character from Game of Thrones, Don is generally considered a nice bloke (if a little beardy).y.

Dontae Couch

Account Assistant

Dontae joined Hope&Glory in June 2022, fresh out of university where he studied Business Management with Marketing honors at St Mary’s. Since joining the agency, Dontae has worked with clients such as Pokémon, Trainline, Amazon Ring and NCL. When Dontae is not in the office he’s at home producing music, catching Pokémon or watering his plants.

Ella Bagameri

Account Executive

Originally from Budapest, Ella moved to the UK to complete her Master’s at the University of Glasgow in International Communications, Media & Journalism in 2019. She made the move to London in 2021 and spent a year at PR agency Red Consultancy before joining Hope&Glory in August 2022. She works on clients including LinkedIn, Airbnb, Edrington UK, and Guide Dogs. Outside the office, Ella can be found adding paperbacks to her never-ending TBR list, discovering new food spots around London or cuddled up on the couch with her chubby cat.

Ella Stockton

Senior Account Executive

After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a History degree in 2019, Ella set off on her gap year travels to Australia and New Zealand, returning just a week before the UK went into lockdown. With previous experience working in a PR agency during a summer placement, she decided to further her knowledge of the wonderful world of PR by studying for the CIPR Professional PR Certificate during the summer of 2020. This lead on to her joining Hope&Glory (virtually) in January 2021, where she is working across an exciting variety of accounts including Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Etsy and WUKA. Outside of the office, you’ll find her trying out new restaurants around London, getting her daily steps in through some questionable dancing, or, more recently, assuring her puppy is comfortable on her lap before settling down with a good book.

Emma Battat

Senior Account Executive

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2019 after working at the retail specialist agency, Neat PR, and a marketing stint in Shanghai. After graduating with a degree in History from the University of Nottingham last year, Emma also spent some time travelling around Latin America.

Ready for a new challenge, Emma is now working for a variety of clients including Barclays Mortgages, LinkedIn, HTC, Symingtons and Beam Suntory, and she is excited to get stuck in. Outside of the office, Emma can be found planning her next adventure, dancing, or exploring London and its many restaurants.

Emma Smith

Financial Controller

Emma officially joined the Hope&Glory family in February 2016 with the office move after helping support the daily finances over the past year. Previously, Emma worked in finance for three years at Lansons after graduating from university with a degree in Accounts and Finance. She has since gone on to finish her professional accountancy exams. She is responsible for all the day-to-day financial needs and making sure there are no hiccups along the way. However, it’s not just the numbers and spreadsheets that make her turn up to work each day, she loves the buzz and energy around the office and the unpredictability of what could be coming her way next.

Emma Giles

Account Director

Emma joined the Hope&Glory team in February 2020 after spending the last two and a half years at working in the consumer team at Hotwire where she worked on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts including McAfee, Hilton and ASUS, leading on press office activity and managing a range of media and influencer projects. There she got the chance to promote Mariah Carey’s surprising hostel appearance for Hostelworld and worked with McAfee on their annual ‘most dangerous celebrity’ campaign.

At Hope&Glory Emma works on Barclays Retail, Buzz Bingo, Get Living and Sony Campaigns, managing campaigns, press office activity and drinking copious amounts of coffee. Outside of work Emma can either be found scouring Skyscanner for a good deal or pounding the pavements and parks of SW London whilst listening to a true crime podcast.

Fiona Bull

Account Director

Fiona joined Hope&Glory in 2017 after completing her Master’s in Public History at Royal Holloway, University of London and spending time exploring America. Hope&Glory proved the perfect company to learn from, and during her time here, Fiona has worked on a range of accounts, most notably Argos, American Airlines and Uber Eats. Her highlights so far have been creating Britain’s first smart boat with Argos and Google, and walking the BAFTAs red carpet with American Airlines. Outside of work Fiona can usually be found listening to the latest true crime podcast or spoiling her dogs, Timo and Dex.

Flora Laven-Morris

Associate Director

Flora originally joined the land of Hope&Glory in June 2013 working across The Royal Mint, O2, Sony and Barclays among others. Trying to justify the politics degree, she had a yearlong stint as Head of Communications for the economic think tank, The Adam Smith Institute, getting a crash course in public affairs and economic policy. Despite its serious effort, politics still just couldn’t compete with the weird and wonderful world of consumer PR and Flora joined the “Hope&Glory Boomerang Club” in May 2017 working on clients including Pokemon and Facebook.

George Costi

Associate Director

George joined Hope&Glory in July 2019 after nearly a decade working across a variety of gaming, tech and sports brands such as Activision, Electronic Arts, PlayStation, Square Enix, HONOR (Huawei), McDonald’s football sponsorship and Under Armour.

At Hope&Glory, he leads a diverse portfolio of accounts that includes Bethesda, DeNA, O2 and StubHub.Infamous around the office for his terrible taste in movies (if The Rock stars in it or Michael Bay directed it then it’s pretty much an instant-classic in his eyes!), he’s also a lifelong (and therefore long-suffering) Gooner and massive fan of pro wrasslin’.

Hope&Glory’s resident Imelda Marcos-wannabe, George can often be found shopping for trainers he definitely doesn’t need or have room for…!

Hannah Brady

Account Assistant

Hannah joined Hope&Glory after completing her degree in Politics & International Relations at Cardiff University. Prior to this she interned for VM COMMS where she worked on a range of beauty brands such as Dr.Jart+, Bobbi Brown and Beauty Bay. Hannah is now working on a variety of accounts including adidas, Greggs, Sainsburys food, Symingtons and Beam Suntory International.  Outside the office Hannah can be found on the Lacrosse pitch, hunting down the best espresso martinis in London (send any suggestions her way) or shopping (which she has elevated to an art form).

Hannah Jeffery

Office Manager

Hannah joined the Hope&Glory team in 2022 after over five years in operations and office management so she knows a thing or two about how a smooth office should run and the importance of getting the details right. She also dabbles in top class diary management, making sure our work lives are as efficient as possible. Outside work (and evident in this photo), Hannah’s skincare collection really does scream “obsession”, and she spends a lot of her spare time (and money) reviewing products and new launches, as well as being the go-to girl in friendship groups for beauty advice. Her other passion is attempting to grow vegetables at home (this year it’s tender stem broccoli).

Hannah Jones

Senior Account Manager

Hannah joined Hope&Glory in August 2021, following three years at Hotwire where she worked in the consumer team on a range of consumer tech and lifestyle accounts, including OkCupid, McAfee, ASUS, Vrbo and Casper. There, she was part of McAfee’s infamous Most Dangerous Celebrity campaign team for three years running, as well as working on Vrbo’s award winning ‘Teddy Express’ campaign, through to setting the dating world to rights during lockdown with OkCupid. At Hope&Glory, Hannah works on Guinness, Edrington UK, Sony Content, Sony Xperia and Tourism Australia. Outside of the office, Hannah can be found roaming the streets (and bars) of Shoreditch, buying an obscene amount of plants from Columbia Flower Market and obsessing over the ultimate snack…crisps! Believe it or not, there isn’t a flavour she doesn’t like!

Holly Beth Dazely

Account Director

Holly Beth joined Hope&Glory in August 2017 after a stint at Brighton based agency Switched On Communications, where she cut her teeth on brands such as T2, SUSHISAMBA, Duck & Waffle, Taste of London and Visit Brighton. Prior to this, Holly Beth completed a degree in Marketing Communications at Bournemouth University (including a one year placement at L’Oreal), before travelling around Asia and Australia. Since joining the Hope&Glory team, she has worked on clients including Uber Eats, Argos, Fiji Water and London Coffee Festival. When not in the office, Holly can be found binge-watching crime dramas, eating her way around London and debating the validity of horoscopes.

Ignez Pereira Da Silva

Account Assistant

Ignez joined Hope&Glory in March 2022. Originally from Lisbon, Portugal, she has a background in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre and decided to move to London around four years ago to follow that passion. Ignez fit into the agency lifestyle very quickly: started working on our Front of House but quickly moved on to the PR side of the company, working with clients such as Le Creuset, feeding into her love for the brand and passion for home interior design. She is excited to carry on her PR journey with Hope&Glory and looks forward to working on more accounts in the future. Outside work, Ignez will either be watching an open-air musical, buried under her pile of TBR books, or – her favourite hobby – watching Formula One with friends.

Jack Ashton

Account Manager

Jack joined the Hope&Glory team in October 2022. After graduating from the University of East Anglia in 2019, he traded the Norfolk broads for pitches and press releases and completed a year-long stint in PR in Manchester before moving to London for two years at Milk & Honey. Since making the move to Hope&Glory, he has kicked off work across LinkedIn, Findmypast, Sainsburys, SEGA and Pokémon. When he’s not doing that, you’ll find him failing to beat his running PBs, coveting the latest paperback, or completing the latest Pokédex.

Jack Hutchinson

Creative Director

Jack is a Creative Director at Hope&Glory. He joined with over a decade’s experience at agencies including Mischief, The Brooklyn Brothers, M&C Saatchi PR and Kaper, creating attention grabbing work for clients ranging from LEGO to Coca-Cola to Jaguar Land Rover. As well as being passionate about all things creative, Jack is a keen advocate of bringing talent from a range of backgrounds into the industry and has been a long-time mentor on schemes such as D&AD Shift. When not in the office, you will likely find him behind the wheel of a car, at the table of a bougie restaurant or “in the studio” (aka his office / man cave) making some “bass heavy beats”.

Jacob Potter

Account Assistant

James Brown

Senior Account Manager

James joined Hope&Glory in May 2019 following two-year spells at both Frank and Burson-Marsteller where he gained a host of experience ranging from selling-out The Big Feastival and HSBC Rugby Sevens, promoting the Jamaica and Egypt tourist boards, to launching cars for Volvo and Ford. He is most proud of his involvement in the Missing Type campaign for the NHS Blood & Transplant and his environmental efforts for the Lewis Pugh Foundation.

Since his arrival at Hope&Glory, James has activated sports sponsorship opportunities for American Express, Hotels.com and Paddy Power across the worlds of tennis, football and thumb wrestling. His current clients include Guinness, Sony, Hostelworld, O2 and Bethesda.

James studied Journalism at Cardiff University before swiftly making the move to the ‘dark side’ for a PR career in the bright lights of London. He can usually be found with a pint in his hand at pub quizzes, reminiscing about the better times at Old Trafford, or hitting a gaming marathon on his PS4.

James Gordon-MacIntosh

Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer

James is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. He started the agency alongside Jo at the end of 2011, prior to which he was managing partner at Seventy Seven PR (now a part of FleishmanHillard Fishburn). Together, he and Jo have so far managed to build a respectably accomplished team that work on some fantastic clients. Some of his favourite pieces of work in the last five years includes catapulting the HTC “Phonies” campaign to global fame and dramatically increasing sales, luring 12,000 people to a cheese and wine festival by recreating Beyoncé’s infamous pregnancy announcement – dubbed “Brie-oncé”, and creating DN-Ale, the world’s first beer to based on the DNA of its Brewmaster for Meantime.

James Keiller

Senior Creative

James started at Hope&Glory in April 2015 after short placements at Citizen Relations and FleishmanHillard. Over the last three years he’s done a cracking Blofeld impression for O2 “Cat Casting”, paid his respects by creating a seven-foot-high portrait of the Queen out of coins, and opened a Game of Thrones bakery with the show’s very own Hot Pie. Currently loving working on Facebook, The Royal Mint, Barclays Retail, Isle of Man, HTC Vive, Nvidia and Uber Eats, he’s looking forward to the coming months in which he’ll no doubt be getting up to more madness across the agency.

Jen Murdoch

Associate Director

Jen joined Hope&Glory back in February 2014 and, throughout her time at the agency, has grown into a key member of the senior team. In those 5+ years, Jen has shone a light (literally!) on Marie Curie nurses and the great work they do with our Garden of Light and Memory Tree campaigns for the charity, enlisted rugby legends Gareth Thomas and Lewis Moody to list their homes on Airbnb for the Rugby World Cup, and visited small shops up and down the country in the name of Small Business Saturday.

Jenni David

Senior Account Executive

Jenni has re-joined the team at Hope&Glory after spending her year in industry at the agency. Now graduated with a degree in Public Relations from Bournemouth University, Jenni is back and has already been involved in some amazing campaigns and now works on the likes of Get Living, Bethesda, The Famous Grouse and Sainsbury’s. Outside of the office Jenni can be found trying out the latest bottomless brunch spots, practising her baking skills, or attempting to master her latest challenge, roller skating…despite her notorious clumsiness.

Jennie Muir

Senior Account Executive

Jennie joined Hope&Glory in November 2020, after working for the creative agency Taylor Herring, where she worked across various brands such as Samsung, easyJet, Just Eat and Disney. She moved to the UK from Canada in 2019 to finish her postgraduate program in public relations. In Toronto, she had the opportunity to work with iconic Canadian companies like Roots and EntertainmentOne. Now she works across a number of Hope&Glory projects ranging from Pokémon to American Express. In addition to her passion for PR, Jennie comes from a long line of badminton legends but also enjoys tennis, squash, soccer and snowboarding. Any London pizza spot recommendations please send her way.

Jess Gardiner

Account Director

Jess joined Hope&Glory in 2022 after spending four years at the Omnicom Group and the next four years at Mischief PR. Previously, Jess has worked on a vast range of big-name consumer brands, ranging from The LEGO Group, Honda, ODEON Cinemas, Nestle, and Vodafone. AT H&G, Jess is currently working with the likes of Uber and Uber Eats, Virgin Media O2, The Royal Mint and Buzz Bingo. Jess loves creating exciting work that grabs attention and gets people talking and finds nothing more satisfying than friends and family seeing the results of her work in the wild. Outside work, Jess is learning the ropes as a new dog mum and is on a seemingly never-ending mission to renovate her north London flat.

Jessica Smith

Account Manager

Having just graduated from the University of Bristol with a degree in English Literature, Jessica joined Hope&Glory as an Account Assistant in August 2019.

Jess previously had some experience in marketing, but now wants to channel her creativity and put her writing skills into practice within the dynamic field of PR & Communications. She has avid interests in fashion, beauty, food and drink, and since starting with the agency has already been involved in exciting projects for clients such as FIJI Water, Instagram, Pots&Co, and Uber to name a few.

On a good day, Jess can be found gallery-hopping around London, enjoying some live music or even a life drawing class; but most of the time she’s just lost in a good book or her favourite astrology podcast.

Jessie Cox

Associate Director

Jessie joined the ranks of Hope&Glory in early 2016 following stints at both House PR and Kazoo Communications. Her varied portfolio includes technology, entertainment and lifestyle brands, featuring everything from Kia Motors to BT. Since becoming a member of the Hope&Glory team, she’s immersed herself in the wonderful world of VR with HTC Vive, got hands-on with Sony’s Sound portfolio and met with many a cosplayer for Final Fantasy XIV. Some personal highlights include managing a collaboration with the Royal Academy and HTC Vive to showcase the world’s first art pieces created entirely in VR, and as a huge fan of reality TV, painting a topless Mario Falcone for TruTV.

Jo Carr

Co-founder and Chief Client Officer

Jo is a co-founder and managing partner at Hope&Glory. She started the agency with James at the end of 2011 having previously worked with him at Seventy Seven PR, where she was also a managing partner. Jo has over twenty years PR experience, including a long stint at QBO. In recent months, her favourite pieces of work include IKEA’s Dining Club, as well as Deliveroo’s “Fior-egg-tina” – an indulgent, Creme Egg-inspired Pizza. Jo gets a kick out of making sure our clients are happy and ensuring the team are delivering their very best work. She is generally the voice of reason in the office, and is good at keeping everyone calm under pressure, a skill she attributes to having two very boisterous sons at home.

Katy Ball

Director

Katy joined Hope&Glory in 2016, having previously worked on brands like NOW TV, EE, Deezer, and Warner Bros at Fever PR. She has over a decade of experience working on both a global and UK level and currently heads up the teams for brands including Bulb, Sky and Costa Coffee. Her passion is taking brands out of their comfort zones, moving them out of their natural spaces and creating big bang campaigns that resonate with consumers and media alike. When she’s not at the office, Katy can be found on the netball court, climbing the leaderboard on her Peloton bike or planning her next travel adventure (now with a small person in tow).

Kate Mahoney

Account Manager

Born and raised in Toronto, Kate comes from the land of maple syrup and ice hockey. Kate graduated from the University of Toronto with a psychology degree. She joined Hope&Glory in August 2018 as part of her postgraduate certificate in public relations from Humber College. Since making the move over to the UK, she has worked on a range of clients including IKEA, Barclays, Get Living, Uber Eats, and the Isle of Man Tourism. She is excitedly learning the ins and outs of the PR world. You can find her browsing London’s markets and petting strangers’ dogs.

Kirsty Evans

Account Executive

After studying at Cardiff University and exploring the breadth of the media world with internships in PR, Film, Journalism and Marketing, Kirsty landed feet-first at Hope&Glory. Drawn in by the company’s creativity, she spreads her time across exciting accounts including Airbnb, Samsung and Guinness (a must for a Welsh rugby fan). When work winds down Kirsty can be found cooking up a storm in the kitchen or reminiscing over her pre-pandemic jungle travels.

Lauren Roberts

Account Director

Lauren joined Hope&Glory in August 2018 from the brand marketing team at Ogilvy, where she worked on a mix of tech and consumer accounts including Google, TK Maxx, Homesense and Save The Rhino. She made the move into PR after three years studying for a journalism degree and seven NCTJ qualifications, as well as a brief stint as a reporter at The Sentinel. She’s now working across a variety of accounts, including Sony, Photobox and Nvidia. When she’s not at her desk, you might catch her running around a festival field, battling bosses on her PS4 or eating one too many olives.

Liam O’Brien

Associate Director

Liam joined Hope&Glory in January 2018 after a stint at Kellogg’s, where he was responsible for running the UK press office and worked on brands including Special K and Pringles. He now works on accounts including Uber, Argos, StubHub and O2. Liam is a recent addition to ‘the dark side, having spent four years as a journalist at the Independent, i Paper and Liverpool Echo. He twice (almost…) won the Anthony Burgess Prize for Arts Journalism for pieces on Rupaul’s Drag Race and Justin Bieber. In his spare time can be found with his nose in a book.

Lily Wiggins

Account Manager

Lily has been a member of the Hope&Glory family since November 2015, following a work placement at Havas PR which sparked her interest for working in the industry.

Since joining Hope&Glory, Lily has put her communication skills to good use across a number of the food and drink accounts including Sainsbury’s, Edrington-Beam Suntory and Symington Family Estates. Lily has also recently joined The Royal Mint account in which she has launched a number of coins, her favourite so far being the James Bond coin. Lily loves nothing more than securing brilliant coverage for her clients, and generally has her finger on the pulse, deciding what’s hot and what’s not.

Outside of the office, you can usually find Lily in the gym or sampling her way around London’s latest cocktail bars!

Lisa Barlow

Account Director

Lisa joined the Hope&Glory team in September 2019 after 3 years in house at Mattel toys, working on campaigns for household names; from hosting the global premiere for the Thomas the Tank engine movie, celebrating Barbie’s 60th anniversary and launching the Toy Story 4 range with an influencer event in LA.

Since arriving at Hope&Glory, her highlights include hanging out with reindeer, running a festive storytime event with Spencer Matthews, and holding media interviews for Warwick Davis. Her current clients include Argos, American Airlines, Facebook Watch, Tourism Australia and Trainline.

Following her degree in Events Management, she is also a keen party planner and has welcomed her role on the H&G social committee with open arms. When not in the office, Lisa can be found catching up on the latest celebrity gossip, at a spin class, or with an iced latte in hand (even in the winter).

Lisa Kamel

Account Executive

After studying Law in her home country, France, and in the Czech Republic for a year, Lisa did her final year of LLM in Business Law in London as an exchange student. What was supposed to be a one-year experience in London never ended as, a year-and-a-half after graduation she is still here and determined to stay after having the chance to join the team at such an exciting agency. After spending over a year working at Clementine PR on luxury drinks brands such as Charles Heidsieck, Mumm and Perrier-Jouët, Château Minuty and Chateau d’Yquem to name a few, Lisa joined Hope&Glory in November 2022 to work on the Edrington UK portfolio, Leap, BSI GTR and Marie Curie. Outside the office you can find her exploring East London, walking through flea markets, and doing outdoor yoga sessions.

Louisa Clark

Account Manager

After graduating from the University of Nottingham in 2018 with a degree in Classical Civilisation, Louisa worked in the Buying department at the Superdrug Head Office before deciding to pursue a career in PR. Since joining at Hope&Glory Louisa has got stuck into a variety of accounts such as Sony, American Airlines, IKEA, Bethesda and the Isle of Man and has found her love for the world of PR.

Outside of the office, Louisa can be found hunting down the newest and best London food market or organising her next European city break.

Lydia Stewart

Senior Account Director

Lydia joined Hope&Glory in 2017 having spent the previous two years learning the ropes at W Communications and Kazoo PR. Since joining H&G, she’s worked with a whole range of clients, but her current roster includes IKEA, Sainsbury’s, Pokemon, Edrington-Beam Suntory UK and Buzz Bingo.

During her time at H&G, Lydia has been involved in some brilliant campaigns including ‘Signsbury’s’, which saw us create the UK’s first signing store for Sainsbury’s, as well as ‘pint sized pub’, where we created the world’s smallest pub for Guinness. Not to mention plenty of pop ups and photoshoots involving a furry friend or two with Guinness World Records and Rover.com.

Mariana Wyatt

Account Executive

After taking on the world before university on gap year, Mariana started a degree in Politics, International Relations and History at Royal Holloway, University of London (the one that looks like Hogwarts). After having virtually graduated thanks to Covid, she interned at a consumer PR agency, where she decided PR was her perfect career. When her first role role came to an end, Mariana set her sights on the land that is Hope&Glory, and since then has immersed herself into her accounts including Bethesda, O2, Pokémon, and Beam Suntory. Outside of work she is to be found seeking out any roof top bar or restaurant in London.

Megan Ruddy

Account Manager

Meg became part of the Hope&Glory team in August 2021 after stints at The Academy and Fever. She’s worked on various consumer, lifestyle and entertainment brands such as Prime Video, NOW, Sky, Amazon Devices, Amazon Alexa, Bear Grylls Adventure, and Warner Bros Studio Tour. She’s now working on Guinness World Records, TaskRabbit, NCL, American Airlines, Samsung, and putting her entertainment-y contacts to good use whenever she can. Outside of work you can find Meg trying really, really hard to roller skate, listening to Cher and being a proud plant mum who has only had to bury (bin) a couple of plants – but she doesn’t want to talk about it.

Mia Douglas

Associate Director

Mia joined Hope&Glory following a stint in-house at casual gaming company King and after five years working with consumer tech, retail and luxury hospitality clients at Brand2Life. She loves getting stuck in with both big name and challenger brands and has worked with the likes of John Lewis, Moonpig, Dell, iCracked and Ascot racecourse. She currently manages press office and campaign activity for some of the agency’s biggest brands including Argos, Sony and HTC. Her experience ranges from developing and executing PR and influencer strategies to event coordination and content creation. She gets a kick out of jumping on reactive PR opportunities to get her clients in the headlines and loves tapping into consumer trends to tell a brand story.

Molly Marodeen

Senior Account Manager

Molly joined the Hope&Glory team in September 2017 after completing her under graduate degree in Nottingham. With a variety of clients including adidas, Airbnb and Sony she has become immersed in the world of PR and enjoys the fast-paced nature of the office. Her highlights so far have been launching the adidas Ultraboost Laceless shoe and getting involved with searching for the dreamiest of Airbnb listings. When she’s not in the office you can find her sipping on a cocktail with friends or exploring what London has to offer.

Neima Jama

Account Executive

Neima began her journey into communications after a stint in Social Media Marketing in Shanghai. On return to the UK she joined the SYWT program which aids young Black women into creative career paths and after nine months at BLOK London (as their marketing assistant) found herself at Hope&Glory. In her spare time you can find Neima scrolling around the net for the newest eatery to try in London or watching endless hours of YouTube.

Nicola Burton

Director

Nicola joined Hope&Glory in August 2012 after cutting her PR teeth on Merlin attractions, having started her career in television. Since then she’s worked on an eclectic mix of brands, including Uber and Uber Eats, Sainsbury’s, O2, American Express, Virgin Trains and Center Parcs (to name a few).

Some of her favourite campaigns include launching the UK’s first Meat-Free Butchers and the UK’s first signing store, ‘Signsbury’s,’ with Sainsbury’s, floating a house down the Thames for Airbnb, and launching the ‘Uber Shoe’ (too fabulous to walk in, it came with £500 credit!).

As well as running a slick, day-to-day press office for her clients, Nicola loves to work on large scale campaigns that build brand warmth and get people talking. And when she’s not doing that, she’s probably eating a biscuit.

Phoebe Mellor

Senior Account Director

Phoebe joined Hope&Glory in April 2015 having worked as a media specialist at Golin on various consumer brands including Cadbury, Smirnoff and Kenco. She now runs accounts for Hostelworld, Barclays Mortgages, The Royal Mint and the consumer press office of the Edrington-Beam Suntory portfolio.

Phoebe is partial to a good cup of tea – as long as it’s done right (she is very particular). When not working, Phoebe is a crime-fanatic and loves a good podcast or true-crime TV shows. Ask her for recommendations – she has plenty!

Rachael Baines

Senior Account Executive

After graduating with an English degree from the University of Nottingham in the summer of 2018, Rachael took a post-uni gap year to travel Australasia and Asia. Following a stint in Creative Recruitment, Rachael decided to switch teams and join the world of PR. Since joining Hope&Glory she has become part of the Sony and Pokemon teams, and has worked on campaigns for some of her favourite brands, including The Instagram Edit @ Selfridges and The Guinness Pint-Sized Pub.

Outside of work you can find Rachael scoping out cheap theatre tickets, planning festival outfits, or attempting to find scenic routes to run around South London. The latter of which is proving difficult as she’s used to the more rural country surroundings of Warwickshire.

Rachel Isaacs

Senior Account Manager

Rachel joined the Hope&Glory team in August 2017 after graduating from the University of the Arts London. Since joining, she has worked across a range of clients including IKEA, Sainsbury’s, The Pokemon Company, HTC Vive and MOMA Foods.

Her highlights so far have been working on the IKEA Savile Row Suits collaboration, as well as the week-long IKEA House Party. Outside of the office, Rachel can be found sampling some of the capital’s most unusual offerings, ranging from Doga (yes, that’s dog yoga) to immersive theatre.

Reece Reynolds

Account Executive

After a year out of education to save for and travel around South-East Asia and Australia, Reece embedded got stuck into a Politics and International Relations degree as Nottingham Trent University. He now works across accounts including Facebook, Sony, Sega and Find my Past – combing a love of gaming, social media and a new-found passion for family history. He’s always been a huge fan of my boyhood club Aston Villa and follows football and Formula 1. Reece lived the majority of my childhood in Birmingham however was heavily drawn by the city lights that shine upon the land of Hope&Glory.

Ross Brown

Account Manager

Ross joined the Hope&Glory team in November 2021 following spells at Mischief and Tin Man. He has worked on range of household brands including The LEGO Group, Vodafone, E.ON, Just Eat, Southampton FC and Virgin Media, handling both campaign work and managing various press offices. At Hope&Glory he works on a wide range of clients with a focus on technology brands including Uber and Uber Eats, Virgin Media O2, The Pokémon Company and Twitch.tv delivering a mixture of press office and project work. Outside work, Ross can regularly be found on a cricket pitch or out trying out the latest openings from the London food scene.

Ryan Lambert

Senior Finance Executive

Ryan joined Hope&Glory in April 2018 and works in the finance team with Emma, supporting the daily tasks of managing the agency’s money. He graduated from the University of Essex with a degree in economics in the summer of 2017, with his highlight being a year abroad studying in Arkansas, USA. When not crunching numbers, Ryan loves to talk all things football, as well as music and is a proud foodie. He is excited to begin his finance career with us and plans to sit his professional accountancy exams in the near future.

Sabrina Ahmed

Account Manager

Sabrina joined Hope&Glory in January 2019 after completing The Taylor Bennett Foundation, a PR traineeship for BAME graduates. Before making the move to London she graduated from a Journalism degree at Sheffield Hallam University, where she was born and raised.

Since joining, Sabrina has worked on a well-rounded mix of clients including Facebook, The Royal Mint, Taco Bell, Osmo, Buzz Bingo and drinks giant, Edrington-Beam Suntory.

Outside of the office, Sabrina can be found discovering the most Instagramable restaurants, singing (badly) at karaoke bars or questioning the meaning of life over a conspiracy theory documentary.

Sabrina Coogan

Senior Account Director

Sabrina joined the Hope&Glory team in November 2022 and now works on an array of clients including LinkedIn, VMO2, and American Express. Before this, she spent her formative years at Here Be Dragons working on campaigns for giffgaff, Beavertown Brewery, and Kopparberg to name a few. A West Londoner through and through, she’s most proud of her work with Justice4Grenfell over the years, especially: “Three Billboards” and “Grenfell Tower Jubilee Street Party”.  A self-confessed culture champion, she’s passionate about DE&I and loves a solo travel adventure, Desert Island Discs and the icon that is Agatha Christie (random she knows).

Seb Dilleyston

Joint-Managing Director

Seb is a Director at Hope&Glory. He first joined us in 2012, following spells at Mischief and freuds where he spent over four years on brands like Lynx and Budweiser. He oversees the Barclays portfolio, leads the Marie Curie team and is part of the senior team looking after the strategy, creative planning and implementation across O2. His favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory has been creating Marie Curie’s ‘Garden of Light’, an immersive, public art installation featuring 2,100 handmade daffodils. Seb is also a proud father, a mad football fan and has a passion for music, having once upon a time played electric violin in a band.

Sophie Curr

Senior Account Executive

Sophie graduated with a degree in Journalism and spent a few years mastering the craft of telling a good story, whilst intermittently exploring parts of Asia. Then just before the pandemic, Sophie decided to depart the world of tabloid journalism and ventured into PR. Her time in PR has thrown up many amusing experiences, including sticking thousands of fruits onto canvas to create a fruity rainbow flag and building giant sandcastles at the beach. Since joining Hope&Glory, Sophie has been involved in projects for clients such as Sainsbury’s Food & Drink and Osmo, to name but two. Away from her desk, Sophie loves sipping on a coffee as the sun comes up, walks with her dog Toby and sampling the best breakfast spots available in London.

Sophie Hickman

Director

Before joining Hope&Glory, Sophie worked both agency side and in-house, running brand campaigns, event partnerships and artist relations programmes for a wonderful array of global brands. In the last four years at H&G, she has used this experience to generate headlines for a plethora of clients including adidas, Reebok, Instagram, Sony, Virgin Active and Airbnb, with highlights ranging from co-ordinating global media launch events for adidas and Reebok to launching The Instagram Edit – an exclusive ten-day pop-up to promote Instagram Shopping with Selfridges.

Adam Mack

Strategy & Insight Director

Adam has been Hope&Glory’s consultant strategy director since 2019, having previously led strategy at Freuds and Weber Shandwick for 11 years. He has worked across sectors on clients ranging from UNICEF and Unilever to the Cabinet Office and PepsiCo. He’s proudest of the UNICEF Emergency Lessons work he did educating Europe’s youth on the plight of children in war and disaster zones. His passion for behavioural science led to the Sabre Award-winning “Science of Engagement” project. He is currently supporting our strategic work with the likes of Tourism Australia, Facebook and Guinness. Adam’s baldness pre-dates his fathering of two under-eights but his grey hairs do not.

Adrian Chitty

Partner

Adrian is a founding partner of Hope&Glory and a consumer brand publicist with some eighteen years’ experience. He joined from Good Relations, where he worked for eight years on brands including Honda, Southern Trains, comparethemarket.com, Texaco and Kelloggs. Adrian’s favourite piece of work at Hope&Glory was leading a two year creative campaign to promote EngineeringUK’s Big Bang UK Scientists & Engineers Fair to young teenagers and parents.. Currently his clients include O2, Accor Hotels, Barclays and UNiDAYS. He is a font of random knowledge in the office and can be often found handing out his now legendary mix of sweets and confectionary.

Agatha Hyatt

Account Manager

Aggie joined Hope&Glory in January 2019. Graduating from The University of Hull with a degree in Geography, Aggie decided to swap volcanoes and glaciers for coverage and pitches. Having spent a year with Porter Novelli’s technology team, learning the ropes with clients including Western Digital and Playstation, she was excited for a new challenge. Currently working across Sony, Aqua Sana and Norwegian Cruise Lines, she is keen to immerse herself in the fast pace of the Hope&Glory offices. In her free time, you will find Aggie searching Portobello Market for crystals to add to her collection and convincing her friends astrology is real- which it obviously is!

Alex Royce