We've worked with and represented some of the world's most recognised names and brands, including senior politicians, political parties, campaigns, charities, celebrities, actors, presenters, singers and organisations.
MISSION & HISTORY.
Apostrophe Campaigns was founded by Pablo O'Hana as a mission to combine innovative online marketing with proactive PR and media outreach to accelerate the careers of up-and-coming actors.
After a decade of brand building and working with some of Britain’s most acclaimed and awarded actors, we began branching out into other fields.
We’re now proud to look after some of the country’s most exciting talent, public figures, charities and organisations.
We’ve worked on some of the biggest political and progressive campaigns of the last decade, including general, mayoral and local elections and historic referendums in the UK, Ireland, across Europe and the US.
Our marketing campaigns have been viewed by billions around the world, packed out cinemas and theatres, inspired debate, won elections and even saved lives.
Apostrophe Campaigns is an agile and ambitious agency, building long-term, personal relationships with our clients to provide dedicated round-the-clock support and guidance.
Pablo began his career at the UK's busiest cinema and Northern Ireland's flagship attraction, Titanic Belfast, before specialising in personal PR and brand management. By the age of 17, he was already working alongside senior UK Members of Parliament and Olivier-Award winning actors.
Without the help of University, he built up an incredibly varied and unusual CV which includes working alongside some of Britain's most beloved and acclaimed talents including Billie Piper, Kate Garraway and Hugh Bonneville, world-renowned companies Showtime (USA), Sky TV (UK), Facebook, Twitter and Government officials.
For more than six years, he worked with some of the country's most respected public figures including former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg MP, Tim Farron MP and Vince Cable MP, Members of Parliament and Members of European Parliament.
He was awarded 'Best Digital Campaign of the 2015 General Election', whilst The Times described his political campaign for the Liberal Democrats as "absolutely ruthless, but highly effective."
As part of his time in Government, he revolutionised the iconic THINK! Road Safety campaign, turning it around from a fledgling pastime, struggling to meet its target audience into one of the most successful behavioural change campaigns of the last decade — picking up multiple awards along the way.