Sarah Harrison is a PR specialist with proven success creating and delivering high-impact media campaigns across the arts, culture, design, heritage and leisure sectors. She has excellent knowledge of the media landscape including news generation, features and broadcast stories, with a strong network of UK and international media contacts. Sarah has experience working with many diverse organisations, businesses and stakeholders to create strategic press campaigns, develop new audiences and build brand awareness.
Sarah 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. 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.
As a consultant, Sarah has worked with Britain’s only museum dedicated to the celebration of the design, history and art of gardens, on the High Line for London design competition, on Open Garden Squares Weekend – the flagship event of London Parks and Gardens and Gingerbread City – Museum of Architecture’s annual exhibition.
Contact Sarah: firstname.lastname@example.org