CAT

communications specialist for music and the arts

About CAT

CAT

CAT 
FCMC MSc DipM DipJ MCIM

CAT specialises in creative communications for the arts and music industries.

Before working in the cultural sector, CAT gained extensive experience of integrated communications through working in corporate environments on national and international campaigns with blue-chip organisations including: E-On, CITB and RCI Europe.

Also working with top London and regional agencies such as; Saatchi & Saatchi, TBWA, Yellow Hammer, O&M, Young & Rubican, GGT and Publicis, CAT has been involved in above and below-the-line campaigns for major brands including; Liberal Democrats, Coca-Cola, British Telecom, British Airways, Walt Disney, Lloyds TSB, Sheraton Hotels, Jaguar and Bernard Matthews.

Qualified in PR, strategic marketing and journalism, CAT is also a Fellow of the Cambridge Marketing College and tutors PR, Advertising, Direct Marketing, Sales Promotion and Integrated Media to undergraduates.

Having worked in the arts and music industry for many years, CAT has extensive experience of promoting musicians, venues, festivals and artists across all genres as well heading up Press and PR for independent record label It’s Time Records.

In addition to working on communications projects, CAT is a music photo-journalist and has been a regular contributor to a number of regional, national and international publications over the years including; Get Rhythm Magazine, Music News, Infectious Magazine, Fatea Magazine, CMR Nashville Radio and Fine City Magazine.

As well as running the consultancy, CAT is also Senior Editor of Deep Red Magazine, a contemporary music and arts magazine.

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