Jordan Mullineaux | Public Relations Professional
Jordan Mullineaux is a PR professional with a passion for the arts and cultural sector. With an extensive portfolio of commercial and arts/culture clients, Jordan’s expertise lies in promoting and supporting diverse and inclusive creative initiatives and arts, culture, and events organisations.
Having held positions as Interim Head of Marketing and Communications at Ovalhouse Theatre, Led on all aspects of Press and Marketing including a rebrand for Pegasus Opera Company, and worked in collaboration with Kim Morgan PR for over 5 years, Jordan possesses a wealth of experience in driving successful campaigns for commercial and artistic ventures alike. Moreover, as a lecturer at esteemed institutions like The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and Goldsmiths, University of London, Jordan actively contributes to shaping the next generation of creative and arts-focused PR and Communications professionals.
Jordan’s contributions to the arts in his producing work and his PR work have been recognised with prestigious awards, including the British Citizen Award for his meaningful impact in the cultural sector. He was also one of thirty, selected for the coveted disability-led Clore Leadership Programme (Inclusive Cultures), demonstrating his commitment to fostering inclusivity in the arts. As a Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce and a member of various professional associations, including the Arts Marketing Association and Opera UK, Jordan is dedicated to driving positive change and creating an equitable culture in the arts. He brings his exceptional creative problem-solving skills, strategic vision, and project management expertise to enhance audience experiences and develop impactful campaigns for cultural venues and organisations.
Beyond his PR work, Jordan is an established theatre producer and consultant, known for working with diverse-led companies to implement strategies that promote inclusivity and equity. With a proven track record in brokering positive relationships and securing funding from trusts and foundations, Jordan’s multifaceted skills continue to make a significant impact in the arts and cultural landscape.
Arts Clients include:
201 Dance Company; Brighton Pride; Pegasus Opera Company; Undone Theatre Company; Arts Depot; Attic Theatre Company; KTM Arts (Previously KTM-Promotions); Brixton Bid, Enterprise Arts Trust; Katie Milton; Cllr Marcia Cameron; Upstairs at the Department Store, Scherzo Ensemble, New Theatre Royal Portsmouth, Kings Theatre, The Mayflower Theatre, Nuffield Theatre, Shanklin Theatre, Medina Theatre, The Apollo Theatre, Cowes Week, The Isle of Wight Festival, The Bestival, Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Wight Craft Gallery, I Heart Buttons, The Enchanted Cavern, Martin Read Foundation, New Moon Monologues, That Science Gang, Malia Simon, and Caroline Hanes / PBH’s Free Fringe, Christine Harwood: Sarah Albritton / FutureHome Productions, Kristina DeGiovanni / Alexandra Scordato, Queen of Cups.
MOBO Awards; Fielding & Nicholson; The Bridal Dressing Rooms; Stephen Bishop Suiting Specialist; Jack Bunneys; Amatelier Paestum; Laura Mare 1; Oliver Spencer; Paperchase; London Pomme De Pain; Animal; Laura Ashley; Boots; Connections; Isle of Wight Council; Debenhams; Swarovski, 201 Dance.
Association of Chairs | Charity Finance Group | Arts Marketing Association | Dramaturgy Network | Performance Philosophy | Founder Member of Opera UK
Groucho Club | Upstairs at the Department Store | Disrepute Club | RSA House (Royal Society of the Arts)Jordan Mullineaux
PR/Publicist, Theatrical Producer, Consultant and Lecturer