Our team works across projects for Pickle Jar Communications and our sister company, Utterly Content, bringing a wealth of expertise and experience together.
Tracy set up Pickle Jar Communications in 2007 to share the power of social media and strategic communications with the education sector. She specialises in content strategy and developing creative content concepts, and has spoken at conferences all over the world.
With over 15 years experience of creative leadership in higher education, Pamela thrives at motivating teams, managing successful projects and shaping inspiring solutions. As Managing Director, Pamela leads all client delivery work, ensuring the highest quality and creativity.
Head of Strategy
When it comes to strategy development, Ellie has a wealth of experience. With insight into journalism, web management and online community management for large organisations, Ellie is well versed in everything digital from strategy to implementation.
Robert “Pez” Perry
Head of Research
Robert leads a number of research and insights projects at Pickle Jar Communications and is our specialist on providing meaningful insights. He also leads many content strategy and social media planning projects, along with community management work.
Head of Content
A former journalist with more than ten years of newsdesk experience up and down the country, John has since branched out to explore the potential of telling stories with audio, video and social technologies. John leads on content creation for Pickle Jar.
Chinese Social Media Specialist
Altman is Pickle Jar’s expert on digital and social media communications in China, and is currently completing a PhD on how social media is used in his native country. He is a font of knowledge for organisations looking to improve their approach in the Far East.
Digital Communications Consultant
Rosie excels at content planning, and making sure exciting ideas get beyond the daunting “draft” stage. Rosie works across a range of content strategy and social media planning projects, as well as helping with content planning, content creation and community management.
Digital Communications Assistant
Zoë is our newest member of the team and has a passion for video and sound, playing a key role in the running of Newcastle Student Radio (NSR) before joining Pickle Jar. Zoë helps out with audience research, content planning and community management.
Head of Security
Scout has been with Pickle Jar for two years. She is full of ambition (stealing food off high shelves), energy (charging off after tennis balls) and has solid communication skills (begging for cheese). Often found lurking near someone’s lunch or emptying bins.
Want to be part of Pickle Jar? We’re always on the hunt for exciting and adaptable people to join our growing team. Could you see yourself as a great strategist, communicator or content creator? Drop Tracy a line if you’re interested in a possible future with us.