The Culture Communications Collective is a crack team of experienced communications professionals who know cultural organisations and visitor attractions inside out.
Founder of CCC and former Director of Communications at the Millennium Commission, responsible for communicating about a wide portfolio of major visitor attractions. Morag also worked at London’s Natural History Museum and with clients including the Fashion and Textile Museum, Natural England, Florence Nightingale Museum and the new Museum of Making in Derby as well as private sector consultancy. Morag is Chair of the Cultural Compact Board for Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole and a Trustee of Dorset Museum.
Strengths: A strong storyteller, branding expertise, complex stakeholder management, event development and reputation management supported by media training/crisis communications.
Former National Lottery Heritage Fund Director, leading external relations, media and public affairs, working with organisations across UK. Positioned NLHF as heritage advocate and popular National Lottery good cause over 20 years. Advocacy and campaigns, brand, promotions and events – partnerships with funded organisations and media. Background in private sector – supporting consumer brands with PR and MarComms.
Strengths: Reputation, planning, policy and public affairs, stakeholder relations, thought leadership, opinion research/insight and funder-partnerships.
A creative director/producer with a strong track record in brand communication, live events, digital communications, media production and permanent installations for corporations, organisations and museums in the UK, US, Australia, Asia and Europe. With CCC Art has worked on projects for the South Georgia Heritage Trust; Local Trust; Highgate Cemetery; Derby Museums; National Lottery Heritage Trust; and the Marine Stewardship Council. Other current and past clients include: Palace House Beaulieu; Chichester Cathedral; Infected Blood Inquiry; Australian War Memorial; and Melbourne Museum.
Strengths: Concept development and masterplanning, story and brand development, design, film and multimedia production, interactive and audio visual production and installation, live events.
Over five years’ experience in the PR sector, working for clients such as the new Museum of Making in Derby, the South Georgia Heritage Trust, the Capability Brown Festival 2016, the Florence Nightingale Museum, and the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust. Extensive conservation and science experience from national wildlife conservation charity People’s Trust for Endangered Species, horticultural conservation charity Plant Heritage, Highgate Cemetery, the Whitley Fund for Nature and Twycross Zoo.
Strengths: Media relations, managing projects with multiple partners, media training, and a strong conservation background.
Over 20 years working in consumer and corporate public relations in the public, private and charity sectors. At the National Lottery Promotions Unit (NLPU), Rebecca worked with multiple stakeholders to lead campaigns, including The National Lottery’s funding of elite athletes and its investment in the infrastructure for the London 2012 Games. Media relations for the National Lottery Awards – a UK-wide campaign targeting national and regional media, across several phases. Managed the NLPU’s extensive case study database for media relations use.
Strengths: Media relations, managing projects with multiple stakeholders, case study sourcing and story telling.