The Carnsight story
How Carnsight Communications began, where our name came from and some thank yous.
The Carnsight Communications story
We’re often asked where our name comes from. Carnsight comes from Cornwall, where founder Jessica grew up. “Carn” means hill, and is inspired by the view of Carn Brea which dominates Jess’ native north Cornish landscape. Our logo is based on the piles of stones which are scattered around Carn Brea.
Jess has worked in communications for 20 years, having started in advertising before moving into PR. After 15 years working for agencies in London, her family packed up and moved to the Bath area, where Carnsight was born in 2016. She started to grow the team, establishing a flexible working model from the beginning. This enables us to pursue other passions alongside work.
What Carnsight Communications promises
We promise practical, powerful PR. That means we deliver against your objectives. We’re well-connected but, in a world where there are more and more freelance journalists each year, we also know how to find and reach new audiences.
We think creatively, meaning we never use a one-size-fits all approach, and we often work with clients who are newer to PR. So, we’re happy to guide you through the journey.
Thank you to talented designer, Kerry Bathfield, for our excellent Cornish-inspired logo, and to Chris Jefferys, Jessica’s brother-in-law and an excellent creative director, for suggesting the name and the vision it implied, in the first place.