Making a difference is what we do best

In a noisy world we get brands noticed. Our ideas make a difference, and making a difference is what we do best.
We’re a team of energetic, committed and creative individuals with experience in consumer and healthcare PR. Our clients range from global brands to medical societies. We’re proudly independent, resourceful and a little bit quirky. We don’t just do media relations, we create content and publish magazines, we produce films, run advisory boards, organise events, conduct research and run education programmes. We’ve even been known to take a cow into a school.

The Control Room

Satellite PR team photo

Pauline

Director

A former European creative director for one of the world’s biggest PR consultancies, Pauline launched Satellite PR in 2012. With 30 years’ experience of developing award-winning campaigns, Pauline is a problem solver and creative thinker who uses insight and intuition to develop campaigns that shape and influence behaviour.

She’s passionate about corporate social responsibility and believes that putting something back is good for business. What she loves best is making things happen.

Jerry

Jerry

Director

With a background in sales and marketing, including a decade in analytical IT, Jerry is responsible for our European business and has worked with major pharma companies and medical societies to develop integrated educational campaigns.

His strong news sense and ability to think laterally have ensured that our campaigns stand out from the crowd. He believes that the management of reputation is at the heart of what we do.

Andy

Andy

Insight Consultant

Andy works on research programme design and delivery. He delivers insight consulting, statistical analysis, focus group and depth-interview moderation, analysis and reporting.

He is a keen supporter of Brighton & Hove Albion FC.

Leah

Leah

Designer and Account Executive

Leah is a Norwich University of the Arts graduate who is passionate about creating attractive and idea-based designs. She is the creative visual asset on our team, taking projects from initial concepts to final publication.

Her favourite season is spring, at its peak of birdsong and vibrant blossom.

Vicky

Copywriter and Account Manager

Copywriting, communication and creative problem solving - Vicky enjoys the lot. She’s strangely passionate about grammar and really loves a good press release. With a background in high end hospitality, an MA in Creative Writing and a tendency towards hypochondria, you could say that working in healthcare PR was destiny. Now she works as an account manager on both the consumer and the healthcare side of things, as well as writing copy across the board.

Vicky runs a new arts magazine in her spare time, called Leslie. She also runs half marathons and aspires to one day own a rescue greyhound.

Ed

Ed

Head of film production

After studying Photography at Sheffield Hallam University, Ed has applied his passion to the art of videography. Producing films for Channel 4, Red Bull, The Outdoor City and DJI Global. He is responsible for all videography at Satellite PR.

Will

Animator

With a painter for a mum, creativity runs in Will’s blood, something that’s easy to tell when you see his animations. He likes reading comic books and watching cartoons - which is considered research when it comes to his line of work!

Will’s animations are bright, considered and imaginative, just like him - which makes him a great fit for working at Satellite PR.

Laura

Accountant

Laura has a background in all things Financial and is a bit of a Bookkeeping geek! (Someone has to be!), She has worked in this sector all her working life and has Previously worked for ADT Fire & Security, the National Childminding Association and South East Water, to name but a few.

Laura is a busy mum to 2 boys, age 10 (going on 18) and age 2, Laura is keen on local history and loves exploring National Trust & English Heritage properties. She is also very keen on all things related to the paranormal….spooky stuff!

Matthew

Junior Account Executive

Matthew is a science graduate from UEA and joined us in 2020, smack bang in the middle of lockdown! His enthusiasm and sense of humour was much needed.

Matthew works across the agency and helps us to research ideas for new proposals, develop webinars, talks and podcasts and sell-in press releases. He’s also very good at packaging product samples and getting them out to journalists and influencers. It’s all in a days work!

Satellite PR Astronaut

Are you out there? We are hiring!

Are you ambitious, creative, organised, good at detail and the big picture? Do you want a job that’s fun, challenging and different? Are you a self-starter rather than a clock-watcher? If so then get in touch because we’re looking for another team player. You might be a graduate looking to get into PR, an account executive with 2 years under your belt or an account manager. We’re open to suggestions. If it sounds like you then email pauline@satellitepr.com or phone me on 07809 195871.

Happy Days

It was a special treat to have Chris Packham launch the Sudocrem Play More campaign at Paint Pots Nursery in Southampton. The event was covered by various radio stations and BBC South Evening News.

Sudocrem

Laura Tobin was featured in HELLO! Magazine promoting the Soothing the Smallest campaign talking about her journey through premature birth.

Sudocrem

PCSG Digestif

One of our favourite magazine covers of the Digestif Newsletter, daughter of The Digest; the scientific journal of The Primary Care Society for Gastroenterology. We’re proud to say these are designed and published in-house.

PCSG

Introducing the Meghan Sparkle! A diamond encrusted Sudocrem lid to celebrate the arrival of Baby Sussex, Archie. All proceeds of the lid (currently for sale) will go to Ickle Pickles Charity.

Sudocrem

Sudocrem bracelet

The world’s most expensive nappy cream carrier. A total of 156 items of branded coverage worldwide and the only present to the Duchess of Cambridge to create coverage in America.

Sudocrem

Richard Holden was featured in the I Newspaper sharing his top tips for a successful barbecue and the importance of guaranteeing your food is safely cooked with a thermometer.

Thermapen