ABOUT

We’re Innes and Campbell Communications – an independent PR and communications company.

Run by Hannah Innes and Corrie Campbell, we specialise in creating bespoke and targeted PR, communications, marketing and social media strategies and campaigns.

We may be a small team, but we’re mighty and have the privilege of working really closely with all of our clients to help tell their story.

Working on multi-channel strategies, we’ve been lucky enough to team up with a whole host of individuals and organisations across the event, music, arts, culture, media, leisure and sport sectors to help them achieve their goals.

We’re positive, proactive people and pride ourselves on our passion for the projects we work on.

Find out more about our services and the clients we work with.

Meet the team


The Innes and Campbell Communications team is headed up by Directors Hannah and Corrie…

Hannah Innes

Hannah started out working for Glasgow Life, managing the Celtic Connections press office and media campaign, and campaigns for Glasgow Music, Glasgow Arts and Glasgow Sport. She also worked on the Cultural Programme for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games before joining Material Communications Group where she worked with SSE on their sponsorship of The SSE Hydro and The SSE Arena, Wembley. She also worked on BBC Children in Need and the Great Scottish Run. In 2017, she created Hannah Innes Communications, working with festivals, musicians, artists and theatre groups across Scotland, and in 2020 joined forces with Corrie.

Outside of work Hannah can be found spending time with her one year old daughter Gracie and her husband Gary.

Image credit: Sean Purser

Corrie Campbell

Corrie started her career in digital content for local government before joining Beattie Communications working on consumer PR and corporate communications campaigns for a range of clients in the hospitality, charity, event and retail sectors. She then worked at the University of Stirling as part of a busy press and communications office, before joining the Glasgow 2018 European Championships looking after pre-event comms for sporting news and ambassador announcements, sponsorship, the cultural arm Festival 2018, mascot and volunteering. She went freelance in 2019, working closely with Hannah on a range of festival, music, community and sport campaigns ever since.

When she's not working, you can find Corrie outside somewhere, usually walking, paddleboarding or skiing. Failing that, she's probably having a drink with pals.


Some fantastic freelancers complete the team…

Claire Hutchison

Claire started out working as a journalist at DC Thomson in Dundee, where she worked across print, online and radio. She then worked as part of the communications team for the charity Cycling UK. Claire works as a freelance journalist and has written for the likes of Metro, HUCK, The Herald and TechRadar. She also hosts the She’s Creative podcast, where she interviews women working in the media and publishing industries about their careers and advice they have for others.

Outside of work Claire can be found enjoying Glasgow’s best food and drink hotspots.

Josie Gaitens

Josie Anne Gaitens divides her time between the Scottish Highlands and Islands and her new home, Iceland. She works across the spectrum of the creative arts industry, from delivering music sessions in tiny rural schools to managing large international touring groups. Josie began her professional career with Celtic Connections and has worked with organisations including Fèis Rois, End of The Road and PRS. She also works as a journalist and YouTube Content Coordinator for Reykjavík Grapevine. Josie is passionate about traditional and indigenous culture and language, community action and widening access and participation in the arts.

Outside of work Josie can be found frequenting the various hot pools of Iceland, or working on her own arts projects, including a musical duo with Icelandic artist Linus Orri.