Who we are
Meet the team!

21 years experience in the Marketing, Advertising, Contra, PR and Promotions sector working on over 600 entertainment campaigns during that time and some of the largest theatrical, home entertainment and music releases of the decade.

As well as Strike Media Wez is responsible for the creation of the MyFilmClub app and mental health spokesperson.

In his spare time Wez plays football, golf and sings (better in the past) and now has identical twin boys to give him extra things to worry about.


Keir has worked in PR for the past eight years. After working across music, sport and corporate Keir has spent almost seven years working on film and entertainment. Keir moved to Strike in 2017, where he currently operates as the Head of Publicity.

Through his career, Keir has worked across hundreds of theatrical and home entertainment including BAFTA and Golden Globe nominated films and numerous UK Film Festivals. In 2017, Keir was nominated as a Rising Star at the Screen Awards and has worked with EAVE, giving a presentation on Event Cinema in Luxembourg at their conference.

Keir is currently the Communications Manager for Mitcham & Carshalton Rugby Club, manages their comms and plays flanker for their 1XV. Keir owns the office dog Bramble.


Emma has spent the last 7 years working in film and entertainment PR and is Senior Publicist. Over the past few years Emma has worked on an array of exciting releases and events including Top Gun: Maverick, EE BAFTA Rising Star, A Quiet Place 2 and 25 Years of UK Garage.

Emma spends her weekends working her way around the West End watching the latest theatre shows as well as catching up on the latest binge-worthy production. 


Passionate about PR, Lucy is excited to progress within her career.

Lucy has a philosophy degree from Leeds and in her spare time, she enjoys running – even completing DIY marathons as every one she’s ever signed up for has been cancelled.

Lucy also enjoys horse-riding, and generally being outdoors. She thinks the X-Factor had some audacity naming a category “Over 25s”…