Ladbury is a strategic communications consultancy delivering creative, intelligent campaigns across arts and culture, science and tech, non-profits and global development. Ladbury works both nationally and internationally on a diverse range of projects that have one thing in common – a contribution to society whether through an organisational goal, an innovative approach, or simply a talent worth recognising.

The consultancy was launched in 2009 by communications specialist Rebecca Ladbury, drawing on her experience working with Channel 4, UNDP, UNICEF, Jazz FM and others over the last twenty years. Ladbury works with a growing body of expert and experienced PR specialists who they collaborate with as each project demands.  They work on single projects or as a retained PR resource, complementing in-house press offices or providing a complete service. Their work is founded upon thorough research, solid contacts, timely communication and constant availability.

Ladbury was included in the Top 100 Reputation Online PR agencies in New Media Age in 2011 and was nominated for Outstanding Small Consultancy in the CIPR Excellence Awards 2014.

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The Team

Rebecca Ladbury

An admired communications consultant with over 20 years experience leading national and international communication campaigns for UNDP, UNICEF, Channel 4, Malaria No More UK, Jazz FM, Watershed and others. She established Ladbury PR in 2009, which specialises in developing strategic and creative communications campaigns for socially minded projects and organisations. She has an MA in the Social Anthropology of Development, with a particular focus on global communications, from SOAS, and a BSc in Anthropology from UCL.

Danya Agababian

A senior publicist with ten years experience at Channel 4, Danya’s knowledge of how the media works is second to none, having handled Channel 4’s press across current affairs, specialist factual and entertainment, including Dispatches, Cutting Edge and Big Brother. She brings invaluable expertise in securing high profile consumer coverage for public facing projects.

Chélima Fadé

Chélima is a creative event and communication specialist with over 14 years experience running numerous music and cultural projects. She has worked for Jazz FM, Arts Council England and she used to manage the career of international virtuoso Kora player Seckou Keita.  A real French ‘mademoiselle’ with origins from Mali, Spain and Egypt, she likes to identify herself a world citizen.  She is passionate about music, arts, travel and developmental projects. Chélima has joined Ladbury PR as a web content manager and a researcher.

Adam Brichto

Adam is a film producer/director who gets his buzz from collaborating with clients to communicate their key messages in fun and innovative ways. Whether it be an animation or film, a promo or training video, there is the consistent promise of great storytelling at the core. Over the last 10 years the likes of the London Olympics 2012, WHO and World Bank have benefitted from his approach.

Work with us

Ladbury is always keen to hear from creative, intelligent, inquiring minds looking to work in comms. To find out about vacancies and internships – please send your CV to