Who we work with
Our experience is extensive: from consumer drinks, health and beauty, automotive and technology businesses to charities, media brands, entertainment icons and events and more.
We enjoy a varied and inspiring client portfolio. You can view both our past and current clients on our clients page.
Meet our directors
Sam started her PR career in 1999 with work experience at Henry's House, in a small office near Portobello Road – with four staff, one computer, a fax machine and a dog. Eventually Sam took over the business in 2009 when it rebranded as House PR with business partner, Ginny.
Sam has worked on a diverse range of clients across consumer and entertainment including MTV, Sailor Jerry Rum, Absolut Vodka, Dazed & Confused Magazine, Peugeot and the Queen's equestrian Diamond Jubilee Pageant. Her personal career highlights include running the BBC Electric Proms media team for five years and getting to meet James Brown as part of that; working with Save the Children to launch their groundbreaking ‘No Child Born to Die’ campaign - and working with some of the best and brightest PR talent in the industry throughout her career.
Ginny began her PR career in Manchester in the early nineties at consumer agency Communique. Ginny then joined Jackie Cooper PR in London, running campaigns for well-known food and beverage brands including Mars, Coca Cola and Diageo and took on a pan-agency role as Client Services Director. After seven years Ginny moved to Henry’s House, as Deputy Managing Director, running the brands division and working on consumer brands like Absolut Vodka, FHM, Channel 4, the Honda Formula 1 Racing Team and Virgin. In 2009, Ginny took over ownership of the agency with business partner, Sam Oxley.
Ginny’s personal career highlights including launching Virgin Media with Richard Branson in a giant perspex box in Covent Garden; watching Jenson Button win his first Grand Prix for the Honda F1 Racing team and handling all the ensuing ferocious interest in him; and launching the Huffington Post in the UK with a stellar panel debating the “democratisation of content”.