Imogen Martineau, Director
Imogen is an expert in the field of communications and green issues, with a particular interest in finding ways to drive behaviour change towards a more sustainable future.
Prior to launching Martineau & Co, Imogen was Head of Communications at Forum for the Future, where she set up the communications team, re-branded the organization, launched the new website, and oversaw the launch of Jonathon Porritt's blog.
Before that Imogen was Development Manager at Liftshare.com — the UK's largest car-sharing scheme —and worked in the strategy team of the British Red Cross.
Imogen holds an MSc in the Political Economy of Violence, Conflict and Development from the School of Oriental and African Studies, and a BA in Geography from the University of Cambridge. She is a Fellow of the RSA, an Associate of Forum for the Future and a Trustee of Do The Green Thing.
Imogen Faux, Communications Consultant
Imogen has experience of working in communications globally. Her experinece includes providing communications support to Zain Telecom and retail franchise operator, M.H. Alshaya Co. in Kuwait as well as working as a copyeditor for the Egyptian newspaper, Al-Masry Al-Youm in Cairo during the transition to post revolutionary Egypt. Before joining Martineau & Co, Imogen worked as Social Media Officer for Jesuit Media Initiatives, London.
She has worked in research and Arabic translation for the BBC and for News Agency, World Watch Monitor.
Imogen holds a BA (Hons) in European and Middle Eastern Languages from the University of Oxford and speaks both French and Arabic.
Carolyn Fry, Editorial Consultant
Carolyn Fry is an environmental writer and scientific communications expert. Her previous clients include The Times, the Guardian, BBC Sci-tech, the International Water Management Institute in Sri Lanka and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
She has written five books on environmental topics, and is particularly interested in the sustainable use of natural resources. She has appeared on a BBC 2 documentary as an expert on how plant-based commodities helped build the British Empire.
Carolyn was formerly the Editor of Geographical, the magazine of the Royal Geographical Society in London. She helped widen the magazine’s accessibility by improving the photography and editorial coverage, and won the 2002 British Environment and Media Award for Best Environmental Coverage in a Consumer Magazine. Prior to working for Geographical, she edited two technology trade magazines covering Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
Christina Hayes, Communications Consultant
Christina is a skilled communicator with multiple years’ experience working in a variety of marketing and communications roles, both in-house and agency. She’s particularly experienced in event management, content creation and social media, and particularly loves campaign analysis.
Christina joined Martineau & Co after spending a year in the Operations team of the Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP) where she also participated in policy research. Prior to joining the team at IEEP, Christina gained an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London with a focus on Environmental Resource Management and completed her thesis at the Institute of Zoology.
In addition to her MSc, Christina holds a BA in Tourism Management from the University of the West of England, Bristol.
Tom Howard-Vyse, PR Consultant
Between 2007 and 2011, Tom was global head of media at The Climate Group where he worked on a broad range of international reports and environmental initiatives with high profile business and political leaders from the NGO’s international network of corporations, cities, states and regions.
He has supported ground-breaking low-carbon projects within the power, finance, retail, aviation, carbon capture, infrastructure and urban sustainability sectors.
Prior to this, Tom was Director of Communications at HarperCollins Publishers, Head of PR at the British Airways London Eye, and a consultant at a number of leading PR companies.
Duncan Mills, Design Consultant
Duncan describes himself as ‘a non-traditional creative’. His skills set includes design, illustration, art direction and idea creation.
For well over a decade Duncan has been working as a print and digital designer, illustrator and creative working with clients including EMI, BBC, Universal and Virgin Mobile. His designs have won numerous awards.