Rhiannon comes from a consumer background specialising in youth and music. She now works on the Love Not Landfill campaign, which hopes to persuade fast fashion fans in London to dispose of their unwanted clothes more carefully.
Prior to working for Barley, Rhiannon ran her own PR company winning and growing business from the likes of Brown Forman and P&G Prestige. She worked with Greenpeace on an award-winning campaign that combined street art and night clubs to get young people to save the world’s rain forests. She helped boost the profile of HUGO Fragrances with a national urban music campaign that won in-house awards at Proctor and Gamble. She took hundreds of journalists and competition winners to Tennessee to celebrate Mr Jack’s birthday with the likes of Patti Smith, Ash and Elbow whilst running the Jack Daniel’s account.
Rhiannon begun her career in-house at the Ministry of Sound, where she ended up as Head of Press responsible for communications across the entire brand portfolio from events, to records and new product launches. She then continued to work on music festivals, drinks brands, record labels, cutting edge artists and alternative theatrical events long after setting up on her own.
A busy mother of three, Rhiannon is a strong proponent of the work life/ personal life balance. She currently runs a community arts club for children in her spare time and is on the committee for a local music festival. Variety is the spice of life and volunteering is good for the soul!