Who we are

As a PR Week Top 10 Luxury Agency, Cultural Comms uses culture to connect the world's best-known and innovative luxury brands with their audiences.

Culture ˈkʌltʃə/
The brand character.  The ideas, customs, social behaviour, attitudes of a people or society. Origin: Latin cultura ‘to tend, to grow, to cultivate.’

Est. 2010

Established in 2010 and owner run, we are a multi award-winning PR agency with a London office and international partners in the US, South America, Europe, Middle East and Asia. 

We are passionate about culture as a force for good and use it as a vehicle to change perception and drive our campaigns.

Representing best-in-class brands our work traverses multiple sectors from wine and spirits, property and design and financial services, to education, hospitality and lifestyle.

meet our

Senior Team

Charlotte Heath-Bullock

Managing Partner

Charlotte founded Cultural Comms in 2010 with a vision to reach affluent audiences through cultural brand partnerships. She previously ran a PR Week Top 150 agency where she worked with global brands including Nespresso, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Marriott International and Courvoisier.  Charlotte was part of the founding team that launched Masterpiece London in 2010 and subsequently secured American Express’s global Centurion programme, with both clients retained by the agency for over a decade.  In 2021 she led the acquisition of the arts specialist comms agency, Golden Squared.


Managing Partner

A luxury strategist, Nina has spent her career advocating culture’s symbiotic role in business and has advised global brands from Diageo Reserve, Möet Henessey, Goodwood Estate and William Grant & Sons’ Private Office. Before co-founding Cultural Comms, Nina set up an agency in Asia laying the foundations for the agency’s rare spirits division and global expertise. Nina trained as a journalist starting out at The Times and sits on the London Chamber Orchestra board and its social transformation project, Music Junction.

Diana Cawdell

BOARD advisoR

A recognised authority in the art world, Diana’s career spans more than three decades with a focus on branding, marketing and reputational management. As well as sitting on the board of Cultural Comms, Diana is the commissioning editor of the TEFAF Art Market Report for the Financial Times, lectures at Christie’s, and sits on the board of Art Resolve.

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If you would like to discuss a future project, or learn more about Cultural Comms, please contact us.

+44 (0) 20 3286 6980hello@culturalcomms.co.uk