Senior PR Account Director
My superpowers are:
My superpower is: Taking on big projects that deliver for clients on a long-term basis. I create strategies that pivot your existing communications and tip the balance in your favour with media organisations.
Dominic Beaumont is an accomplished account director with significant experience delivering PR campaigns that achieve a step change in for organisations, enhancing their profile within the sector and their visibility with the general public. In addition to executing impactful PR campaigns, he is skilled in chief executive positioning, external affairs, stakeholder engagement, crisis communications and media briefings.
Dom drives creative PR strategies that make an impact across print, broadcast and digital platforms, ensuring your story connects with the right audiences. He has a track record of delivering large, long-term campaigns as well as short-term projects with big ideas.
His recent work includes the communications strategy for artist Mackenzie Thorpe, reestablishing him as one of Britain’s best-loved artists and gaining national recognition for the artist’s 30th anniversary year and boosting his profile in key markets across the UK and internationally. Dom is also experienced in partnership working and making sure key messages for brands breakthrough in multi-stakeholder communications, delivering PR for projects such as the unveiling of the Liverpool Mountain sculpture working with partners including Royal Albert Dock Liverpool, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool Biennial and Liverpool City Council.
Dom has vast experience of handling high profile PR campaigns with household names across the arts and entertainment world. He is formerly the communications manager for Tate Liverpool and Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Theatres where he created significant campaigns for David Morrissey in Macbeth, Kim Cattrall’s Antony and Cleopatra and Simon Armitage’s adaptation of The Odyssey.
An energetic advocate, Dom understands that PR for your brand goes beyond the newsprint pages and is most impactful when it connects with the public, peers and stakeholders and is an experienced operator in external affairs. He also brings knowledge of sectors such as architecture, having devised the campaign that helped the Everyman win the Stirling Prize, housing through work with First Ark and business community across Liverpool having operated in the city for a decade.