Nicole Green


Nicole is a journalist turned media relations specialist with expert knowledge of the startup community. She was a founding member of the award-winning campaigns agency Seven Hills and has worked extensively with business leaders and entrepreneurs on profile, thought leadership and campaigns including Sir Richard Branson; the former Global CEO of Havas, David Jones; Paul Lindley, founder of organic baby-food brand Ella’s Kitchen; Thea Green, founder of Nails Inc and Dragons’ Den’s Peter Jones. She ran the global media campaign for international youth organisation One Young World, across events in Zurich, Pittsburgh and Johannesburg, working on social impact issues and with world leaders including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Kofi Annan, Jamie Oliver, Jack Dorsey and Arianna Huffington.

She was part of the team that created StartUp Britain, the UK government’s flagship enterprise campaign and developed major UK entrepreneur events including MADE: The Entrepreneur Festival and Accelerate. She was the PR consultant for entrepreneur membership organisation, The Supper Club and a member of the PR team at Grey London. Prior to this Nicole worked as a journalist and has written across business titles including The Daily Telegraph, City AM, and the Guardian.

Nicole is passionate about social enterprise and the positive impact that technology can have on society.

Sam Phillips


Sam is a digital and social media communications specialist with a background in traditional PR. Having begun her career in global PR agencies she saw the opportunity in digital early on. She moved in-house to Macmillan Cancer Support where she implemented the organisation’s first social media strategy, developed and ran internal training across the UK and delivered award winning work.

Sam then sharpened her skills in specialist digital and social media consultancies. During this time she secured, led and grew accounts for businesses including Microsoft, Red Bull, BBC, Channel 4, Evernote, Nando’s, Pearson, Premier Inn and WWF. In that time she launched 33ForGood, a series of sell-out social media consultancy events for the charity sector, set up live streamed social media marketing classes with young tech entrepreneurs in Africa and was awarded Microsoft’s Innovator Award for her work on flexible working initiative, Anywhere Working.

Sam has worked on digital transformation projects for Pearson, Auto Trader and Sage, run data insight and analysis work for some of the UK’s biggest media companies and brands and built thriving online communities from scratch. She has run influencer engagement programmes for C4 Dispatches, Red Bull, Debenhams and Auto Trader and overseen website and app builds and launches for household brands and startups.

Sam is a trustee of, an innovative international children’s charity, with social enterprise at its heart. The organisation is dedicated to creating equal opportunities for children around the world.

Faye Raincock

Executive Advisor

Faye brings a wealth of experience as a broadcast journalist to advise on media strategy, positioning and influence.

Faye spent over a decade at ITN and ITV News where she edited the daily news programmes as well as leading coverage of two general elections and two Mayoral elections. Her work won a Royal Television Society Award and two consecutive Amnesty International Media Awards.

Fereshta Amir

Senior Consultant

Fereshta is a brand communications consultant with experience spanning across a broad range of sectors, including: technology, professional services, media, entertainment, charity and fashion. With a specialism in design-led content creation, digital and media relations, Fereshta has worked on campaigns with global companies (Financial Times, Sony Pictures) to technology leaders (Google) and a variety of startups.

Stephen Howse


Steve works with Catch to deliver beautiful reportage style event shots and striking client portraits. An independent photographer, he has worked with brands including Disney, Barclays, HSBC, o2, Grey Goose, Indigofera, Red Bull and Save The Children. His photography has been featured in Newsweek, The Independent on Sunday, The Sunday Times, Observer Magazine and VICE amongst others.

Luke Murphy-Wearmouth

Creative & Technical Lead

Luke is a rare breed of designer and developer, who has also worked as a marketing, PR and social media comms professional. He works with Catch on projects offering design and development that is both functional and beautiful. He knows exactly what is needed when presented with a brief, and understands the creative and the technical detail in equal parts. He sees every challenge as a problem to be solved with it’s own unique constraints and requirements, resulting in sites and apps that meet client needs.

Luke has designed and developed for brands including Microsoft, Red Bull, O2, Financial Times,, British Council, Cisco, Fujitsu and Mr & Mrs Smith.

Luke also works with us on events management, audio engineering and production.

Tom Wootton

Video production & Film maker

Tom works with Catch to produce inspiring and creative work which covers everything from carefully crafted videos that bring a product story to life to stop motion animations that make complex topics accessible and memorable.

His experience spans consumer and commercial audiences and most recently Tom has developed branded content for the likes of Cos and Boxfresh, Wallpaper* magazine, Rapha and Berghaus. Tom was part of Tim Burton’s animation crew for Frankenweenie and has worked on a selection of Channel 4 programmes such as Best Before, a show where Phil Targett is joined by Mercury-nominated guests as they select their favourite new music.

We have previously worked with Tom on videos for Evernote, Jimmy’s Iced Coffee,, Cisco and Microsoft.

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