Phoebe joined LCA in February 2020 as an Account Manager. She brings to LCA an arts and culture sector specialism and lends creative strategy advice and ideation to teams across the business. She also leads on consumer and corporate PR with clients such as international architecture and design firm Broadway Malyan, placemaking strategists Fourth Street, and The Association for Cultural Advancement through Visual Arts (ACAVA).
Phoebe is Chair of LCA’s Diversity Working Group and was founding Chair of the Board for fledgling puppetry theatre company, Foan & Fortune.
Phoebe has a particular interest in the impact of creative initiatives on placemaking and community engagement. Prior to LCA she delivered in-house and freelance PR and communications for some of London’s preeminent arts and cultural organisations, including Arts Council England, Historic Royal Palaces, Shakespeare’s Globe and Southbank Centre, working on some of the leading arts festivals in the country: the now-global WOW - Women of the World, the UK’s leading children’s festival Imagine, and the award-winning Meltdown, the longest-running artist-curated music festival in the world.
In the spare time available around juggling her twin toddlers Phoebe enjoys learning Turkish and British Sign Language, and getting back to her pre-baby marathon pace.