Kerry's talent lies in juggling her roles as rainmaker, client service director, bean counter, HR manager, creative strategist, coffee junkie, school governing body member, wife and mom! Who would have thought a degree in journalism from Rhodes University would lead to all this. She spent her early career at Independent Newspapers followed by a stint at Marcus Brewster Publicity. Since launching Splash in 2001 she has run PR campaigns across every conceivable industry. When she's not nuturing Splash or her children, you'll find her on a beach or up a mountain running, walking or just breathing in Cape Town!
Doug joined his wife Kerry as a partner in Splash PR in January 2005. He has a post graduate degree in journalism and 11 years experience as a print media journalist. Formerly a senior writer for the Weekend Argus, Doug has worked as a sub-editor, production editor and writer on various South African and global titles. Doug is Splash PR's copy editor-in-chief and his experience means Splash is well-equipped to manage breaking news stories and crisis communication. Doug is a keen golfer who specializes in the yip-shank and spent the first half of his life thinking mine dumps were cool.
Majoring in Media and English Literature, Bianca completed her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Cape Town in 2007. Working as a marketing professional in publishing and property, Bianca’s love for people and media led her to the Old Castle Brewery where she joined the Splash team in 2011. Successfully managing a variety of accounts and attracting new clients, Bianca’s account managing skills have earned her the position of Account Director. When not trawling beauty & style sites , Bianca can be found with her nose buried in a good book, or in the kitchen conjuring up something delicious. A lover of everything German (the proof is in her surname and organisational skills) it is no surprise her favourite F1 driver is Sebastian Vettel. .
Vicki graduated with a National Diploma in Public Relations Management from Cape Peninsula University of Technology in 2013, having joined us for a year-long internship in January 2012. Now the Account Manager for Table Mountain Cableway and Cape Point Partnership, she previously managed exciting projects including Cape Town Marathon and Tuning the Vine; gaining additional experience across other clients such PUMA, Bacon on Bree and Bright Start as an Account Executive. You’ll find Vicki sharing pictures of Cape Town’s beauty and diving into the wonders of good music, great reading, interesting people and even better debates any day.
Graduating in 2009 with a BA in Journalism, she ventured off to Durban in search of good curry and the warm Agulhas current. There working in International Communications she heard her next chapter calling and, as many South Africans have done before, she packed her bags and headed to Wimbledon, London. Missing the sun, Sarah returned to the Cape and joined the Splash family. A lover of wine and French bulldogs, Sarah enjoys running, mountain biking, reading and attempting to play the didgeridoo.
Celeste graduated from The University of Cape Town in 2011 with a Bachelor of Social Science degree with majors in Organisational Pyschology and Cognitive Neuropsycholgy. Following that she earned a B.Com Honours degree in Organisational Psychology specialising in Employee and Organisational Health and Wellness. She has worked in media – producing print and online content for various titles across consumer and custom publishing. She joined Splash PR in 2015 as one of the Account Managers for PUMA South Africa. Celeste enjoys spending time outdoors, eating, writing, photography, street art and music among other things. Words to live by: Replace the fear of the unknown with curiosity.
After completing a BA in Journalism at Rhodes University in 2008, Christine stayed true to her purple heritage and joined former Rhodes graduates Kerry Seymour and Doug Carew at Splash PR in 2009. Not shy of a challenge, she has achieved excellent results on the Vote for Table Mountain campaign, and for PUMA and Table Mountain Cableway. Although she could easily entertain herself if abandoned on a desert island, she loves people, delicious food and all things sporty. Christine is at home on a rugby pitch taking on the boys, but loves nothing better than a glass of bubbly with her girlfriends.