He specializes in content, messaging, corporate reputation and crisis communications. Dominic has advised dozens of organizations in how to get their message across clearly, creatively and with impact.
Dominic was a presenter and reporter for the BBC for 12 years. He was a business journalist on Breakfast TV, Radio 5 live, the World Service, World TV and the Today Program.
Since joining Kekst CNC in 2016, Dominic has advised companies on how make a greater impact in their communications. He acts as an editor in chief on editorial boards, creating content newsrooms for companies. He has trained hundreds of executives how to present, communicate with staff, and perform well in front of the media. He is also a specialist in video, bringing his skills as a TV reporter into the corporate world.
Dominic read French and Italian at the University of Cambridge. Prior to the BBC, he worked in marketing for an airline and a food company.
Q&A with Dominic
What does success look like to you?
That you helped someone, and enjoyed yourself along the way.
What gets you out of bed in the morning?
You have to learn something every day. Or laugh. Or find something beautiful. Or extremely tasty. Preferably all four!
What would be your favorite travel tip?
I travelled around the world with my wife just before joining Kekst CNC. That will always be hard to beat. Walking round the island of Barra in the Hebrides is stunning. Or going for a sail at sunset.
What has been the biggest change in the industry since you started working?
There is much less of an acceptance that the outputs you produce can be dull and boring.
Which actor could play you in a movie?
Colin Firth :)