Sebastian May Creative communications and Identity & Values
Sebastian May


With expertise in creative communications, branding, multi-media campaigns and stakeholder management, Sebastian has managed a range of projects for many international clients and industry sectors.

Sebastian is a driven and enthusiastic project manager with a successful record of producing powerful communications materials for internal and external audiences. He excels at managing and engaging with high-level stakeholders throughout his work, and enjoys creative briefs and innovative projects. Sebastian began his career working for a Brussels-based communications agency where he developed EU institution-focused multimedia campaigns. He has an MA in International Relations from the University of Kent, and a BA in Media Studies and Journalism from the University of Westminster. He is fluent in German and speaks French and Spanish.

Outside the office Sebastian enjoys visiting contemporary art exhibitions and even showcases his own paintings and photography whenever he has time.

Sebastian’s Insights

team branding

Putting your team on the map

Is your team not getting the recognition and place within the business it deserves? Then you could benefit from team branding.
business change

How to inspire people with business change

It’s an employee’s belief in a cause and their passion to carry forward a vision that takes a business into the future. So how can you inspire them?
building trust during business change

Building trust in times of corporate change

During business change, there can be great uncertainty and building trust becomes more important than ever. So how can we reassure and engage employees?
internal communications strategy

Looking ahead: the future role of internal communications

The drivers of change in internal communications aren’t tools and technology, they come from the business and its people.
Communications Strategy

Communications Strategy: Building messages with visuals

Whatever it's about, information doesn’t have to look boring. The opportunities to boost communications strategy and use little visual helpers are endless