Sarah Harrison established Sarah Harrison PR in 2007 following a ten-year career in publishing and arts PR.

She was Publicity Manager at the Random House Group, one of the largest general book publishing companies in the UK, before joining The Art Fund, the UK’s leading visual arts charity as Head of Press.

At Random House Sarah was responsible for delivering high-profile media campaigns across three commercial imprints including general fiction and non-fiction, autobiography, history, popular science, business and management.

Whilst at The Art Fund she led the charity’s press campaigns to promote its £1 million art commission from the American artist James Turrell at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, efforts to secure Dumfries House for the nation and the public fundraising appeal to save J.M.W Turner’s Blue Rigi for Tate Britain.

Sarah’s expertise spans the world of arts, publishing, enterprise, design and lifestyle. As a consultant she has worked with the Booker prize-winning author Marilynne Robinson, Britain’s only museum dedicated to the celebration of the design, history and art of gardens, the re-launch of one of London’s most historic street markets and on the High Line for London design competition. She is passionate about delivering the ‘right’ campaign to the ‘right’ audience. Her approach is based on being both proactive and reactive to seek out the best opportunities to grow reputations and brands and deliver well-coordinated media campaigns.

Contact Sarah: sarah@sarahharrisonpr.com

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