ECP is a Sydney boutique arts and entertainment PR agency. Throughout childhood Emma developed a passion for theatre, dance and music and went on to complete a BA in Dance at SACAE.
After completing a six year stint as resident Publicist for Sydney Dance Company, Emma established her own arts consultancy in 1984, consulting to local and international artists and festivals. She has worked on several Adelaide Festivals. Lord Harewood's 1988 Adelaide Festival was her first time experience in PR, the curtain raiser was Peter Brook's all-night production of The Mahabharata at The Quarry. She went on to work on Barrie Kosky's unforgettable 1996 flaming Hills hoist festival and to Robyn's Archer’s 1998 event based on themes of the sacred and the profane.
Clients (past and current) include Sydney Opera House, MCA, Biennale of Sydney, Sydney Symphony, Adelaide Festival, MG Productions, APA, English National Ballet, NAISDA, WOMADelaide, Griffin Theatre Company, Knee High Theatre (UK) and BellShakespeare. Artists she has promoted include Yoko Ono, Jeff Koons, Burt Bacharach, Lenny Henry, Academy of St Martin in the Fields with Joshua Bell, Ludovico Einaudi, Katie Noonan and The Brodsky Quartet, Tallis Scholars, Bebel Gilberto and Buena Vista Social Club.
ECP offers distinct, compelling and effective publicity campaigns across a variety of media. Her overall PR Management utilizes a wealth of contacts, extensive website listings and Social Media accounts with a sound PR strategy, excellent writing skills, Emma's joy and passion for the arts always shines through.