Our team’s expertise comes from research backgrounds, communications, academia and elite sport.

We bring a diversity of perspectives and skills which drives greater innovation, effectiveness and inclusivity.

Katie Buckett
Katie is a digital brand communications expert, with experience working both in and for global and UK organisations. She began her career within Vauxhall’s marketing communications team, and has subsequently worked as a digital brand communications consultant across sectors as diverse as consumer technology and professional services. She has co-ordinated global multi-market programmes around digital creative, influencer identification, social activation, and community management.
Sarah Morton
Principal Consultant
Having worked both agency and client side over the past eight years, Sarah has a particular strength in leading and advising clients, as well as devising content-led social programmes to drive meaningful engagement.

After studying French and Communications at Nottingham University, she started her career as a social media consultant for tech companies, before moving to London to become Just-Eat’s social media manager, setting the tone of voice the brand is now so recognised for.

More recently, she was the sales and marketing manager at Lorega – supporting commercial relationships between the insurance company and insurance brokers by communicating the breadth of its products and services.

Anne-Catherine Kaiser
Senior Consultant
Anne-Catherine is a passionate world traveller and employee number one at OneFifty. Her work goes well beyond reports and measurement frameworks, delivering insights on how audiences behave on social. Before joining OneFifty, she completed her Master of International Business in China and worked for a large UK-based Telco in consumer and brand research. Her occasional use of a German, French, and even Spanish word in an otherwise, perfectly correct English sentence, best describe her cosmopolitan character.
Lucy Barratt
Having graduated with a degree in Philosophy, Lucy began her career at sister company, Rogue Ponies. She now double-hats it, continuing her work at Rogue Ponies and as a consultant for OneFifty.

Lucy has a keen interest in the role social influencers play in driving brand awareness, and ultimately supporting commercial outcomes. Her focus at OneFifty reflects this; analysing who’s influential in a given social space, offering industry insights and maintaining existing (and developing new) influencer/brand relationships. She’s all about making content work harder and better.

Both outside and inside the office Lucy is well known for her love of Diet Coke and her non-ironic fondness for 00’s pop music – specifically (but not limited to) Robbie Williams.
Olivia White
Joining OneFifty fresh from 6 months of travelling following graduating from the University of Edinburgh, studying Ancient History, Olivia sits more on the creative side of the fence within the team. She enjoys getting her mindset into a new brand identity, whilst trying to make their Instagram as aesthetically pleasing as possible. Away from the office she is a big foodie, loving to cook and also trying out new restaurants – which for the past few years have been documented on Edinburgh Food Club.
Tom Eyres
Junior Creative
From studying Graphic Arts at the University of Southampton and graduating in 2016, Tom has since then developed a background in the design, digital media and creative industry.

He decided to join OneFifty, where his skills could be used in a much broader area than before. Tom has a great passion for all things creative and is able to use his vision of design and creative strategy to visualise new ideas and execute new content for clients.

Out of work, Tom is a keen rugby player, sports lover and coffee enthusiast.
Isabelle Roochove
Issy joined OneFifty after studying English and Comparative Literature at the University of Warwick
Alex Pearmain
Alex was one of the early UK pioneers of brand social media adoption. He has built awarded social media, service, communications, and digital marketing teams for consultancies, agencies and within major brands. His work at O2, as the first head of Social Media demonstrated that it was possible and desirable for major organisations to utilise social media at scale across customer services, sales, retention, brand and communications activity, blazing a trail for other brands to invest and adopt. He brings together analytical data and creative strategies.
Annabel Mullin
Principal Consultant
Annabel has years of digital campaigning, political electioneering, and strategic organising having run elections and teams of candidates at local and national levels. During COVID-19 lockdown she co-created a free volunteer app, WeGotYou to help, winning Innovate UK funding. Annabel founded and led organisations to improve representation in democracy, focusing on digital engagement and social media. She is finishing a quantitative PhD at UCL and on the supplementary magistrate list having sat for nine years including at the Old Bailey. Prior to this her work includes financial analysis for PwC, financial recruitment for boutique headhunting firms and she was an assistant psychologist on secure NHS wards. And just out of uni she patrolled the beat as a Met police officer in Mayfair and Soho…a diverse selection of interesting communications, digital and research driven roles.
Becki Woodage
Senior Consultant
Spending time on both sides of the fence (agency and client), Becki felt after 7 years that the dark side was calling again. Her passions lie in making great client connections, paid social and dabbling in copywriting should time allow.

A university drop out (and proud of it), Becki opened her own successful business at 21 and knows what it takes to make that happen. Having worked for both start ups and global powerhouses, she finds herself most at home in a challenger environment.

Never one to shy away from reality tv, Becki knows every z-list piece of gossip going and is partial to singing the whole of Mariah Carey’s Heartbreaker in the back of taxis. One day she hopes to be a published author.
Daniel Tucker
After studying Politics and History at the University of Manchester, Daniel developed a greater interest in examining why people do the things they do. He enjoys asking questions of how (and why) people are able to shape social, economic and cultural changes in the world. Now he is able to pursue his interest in digital marketing, asking similar sorts of questions – how can brands in the social media sphere shape their brands? Daniel has always had an interest in research; being a (published) contributor to The Official Arsenal Magazine in 2011 as a Junior Research
Matt Leech
Junior Consultant
Matt graduated from the University of Exeter, where he studied Bsc Politics and International Relations, enabling him to work with data to analyse behavioural trends in the political sphere. At OneFifty, Matt enjoys developing these analytical skills to develop insights and create a narrative that will help clients maximise their online presence. Matt also enjoys working in the creative side of things and understanding how to make things happen successfully in the digital world. Away from work, Matt’s other passions lie in sport, where he regularly plays/listens/watches all things sport, as well as being an avid runner (albeit a fair weather one!).
Natasha Mellman
Junior Consultant
Tash joined OneFifty after graduating from the University of Leeds with a First Class degree, having also completed a 12 month work placement at The Walt Disney Company.
Emma Smith
Senior Finance Manager
Emma has been with OneFifty since day one and is responsible for all the day-to-day financial needs and keeping everything on the straight and narrow. When she’s not crunching numbers and spreadsheets she’s researching her next travel destination.

We are here to create what comes next – and that means we have to drive wider change, in part through how we operate as a business.
Equality is a key component of this.