Our People

Felicity Read

Managing Director

In a nutshell: Cambridge graduate, always worked in food & hospitality, strategic communicator, creative thinker, PR lecturer, foodie, veg gardener , wife, mum.

Bucket list: See the Northern Lights

Most memorable meal: Fresh caught Emperor fish at Soa Roque, Lagos, shared with extended family as the sun went down

Stephanie Whitmore

Senior Consultant

In a nutshell: A food PR for 20 years; food issues and technical PR expert; interiors, food and wine lover, Olive magazine subscriber; mum of two.

Bucket list: Visit Chile.

Most memorable meal: At the Capezzana Vineyard in Tuscany. It was the food we made in the morning in the cookery school – butternut squash soup, tempura artichokes, tagliatelle (home made of course) with kale pesto, duck breast in grape sauce with french beans, almond tart and lots of chianti classico!

Sarah Wheeler

Account Director

In a nutshell: Award-winning journalist, foodie, charity fundraiser, mum of three and cricket fan. Bit of a gardening nerd!

Bucket List: To live by the sea.

Most memorable meal: At a beachside shack on a deserted road in the Seychelles nearly 30 years ago – quite possibly the blueprint for today’s ‘street food’.  Seychellois spicy fresh fish cooked to order straight out of the sea.

Rebecca Morris

Senior Account Executive

In a nutshell: Journalism graduate, foodie, fan of salted caramel and smoked salmon. I enjoy the fresh air, long summer evenings, white wine, watching food vloggers and reading anything by Ian McEwan.

Bucket list: Travel to Thailand, America and Russia before I have children

Most Memorable Meal: Kleftiko – Scuna restaurant overlooking the water in Skiathos – to die for!

Hannah Moule

Office Manager

In a Nutshell: Language graduate with years of experience in the FMCG sector. Now a mother of 2 cheeky monkeys, yoga addict, food, wine and sunshine lover.

Bucket List: Take a road trip around the USA with my husband.

Most memorable meal: Lamb and broad beans cooked in dill and olive oil in the Cretan hills. There was only one menu choice at this tiny taverna but it was amazing!