Founder and Managing Director

Danièle founded Reiber PR in 1998 and has been the driving force behind its growth and success. She holds a PhD from the University of Oxford and graduated in Art History and Music in Brussels. The company’s work ethic reflects her passion for quality and for conveying the excitement of new projects at the cutting edge of contemporary art and culture. She has implemented and overseen high-profile international communication campaigns for leading cultural institutions over the past twenty years, including the Fondation Cartier, Fondazione Prada, ARTER Istanbul, Royal Academy of Arts and V&A, amongst others. 

Press Relations Director

Bénédicte completed a Master’s degree in Marketing, Communications and Digital Business from Esdes Business school Lyon, France. She has gained extensive experience working across cultural communication, marketing, development and events for major art galleries and institutions internationally, including Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac and Centre Pompidou in Paris. Prior to joining Reiber PR, Bénédicte worked at a leading PR agency in London, delivering integrated PR campaigns for clients across the visual arts and design. In her current role, she directs leading projects across design, luxury and art. She is fluent in French and English.

Press Relations Director

Ella received a first-class BA hons in History of Art from the University of Bristol. She is an experienced communications director who has led a variety of campaigns in the cultural and luxury sector both in the UK and internationally. Prior to joining Reiber PR, Ella was an Account Director at a global communications agency for 7 years, working across a variety of clients including not for profits, art fairs and public institutions such as Hauser & Wirth, The Courtauld, Photo London, The Guggenheim Bilbao, Audemars Piguet and The Olympic Foundation for Culture and Heritage. She is also a Trustee on the board for design and arts charity Intoart. 

Press Relations Director

Juliet received a BA in History from King’s College London and completed her MA at the Courtauld Institute of Art, specialising in Russian Modernism. Before joining Reiber + Partners, Juliet was Press Officer at White Cube for 3 years, where she acted as press liaison for more than half of the gallery’s artists, devising and delivering strategic campaigns for White Cube’s programme and activities. Prior to this, she gained significant PR experience at a leading communications agency, managing a range of domestic and international clients including art fairs, museums and commercial galleries. Juliet previously worked at London Craft Week and interned at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice. She is proficient in Spanish.

Associate and Consultant

Marie-Béatrice brings 15 years’ experience in art and luxury PR. She started her career at Reiber PR where she conducted campaigns for the British Museum, the Royal Academy of Arts, the Saatchi Gallery and the Istanbul Biennale, among others. She then moved to Sotheby’s where she led the communication of the Luxury division for five years. Prior to that, she oversaw the promotion of several of the auction house’s flagship sales in London and ran its communication in Switzerland. She holds an MBA from the ESCP Business School and graduated from Sciences Po Lyon and the Graduate Institute Geneva (IHEID). She speaks German and is fluent in English and French.


Associate and Consultant

Zénaïde holds a MA in Cultural Communication from IESA, Paris, and a MA in International Law from Université Paris X and Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires. In 2009, she worked in the Media and Public Relations department at Christie’s, Paris, and then moved to London where she managed press relations for Simon Lee for two years. She joined Reiber PR in 2012 and directs major press campaigns across Europe, the Middle East and South America for a range of leading international institutions. In 2018 she became Associate Director and opened the company’s office in Brussels. She is fluent in French, Spanish and English.

Press Relations Assistant

Harriet received a BA in Modern Languages and Cultures from Durham University, where she read French and Italian, and spent her year abroad at the Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia in Italy, where she studied Art History. Prior to joining Reiber PR, she gained valuable experience through her internship with Cornerstone Editorial at Penguin Random House, and by working with Dame Zandra Rhodes in various capacities. In her current role, she provides support for press campaigns across Europe and assists with the company’s social media. She speaks English, French and Italian.

Press Office Manager

Josephine received a first-class BA in Fashion Communication: Fashion Journalism from Central Saint Martins. During her studies and internships, she gained valuable experience in editorial, styling, and public relations, and later founded her own magazine. As a freelance journalist, she has contributed to print and digital publications including Lampoon, 1 Granary, and Collectible DRY, covering young talent, sustainability, and arts and culture. Prior to joining Reiber PR, Josephine was a first assistant to British Vogue stylist Bay Garnett and a PR & Events Coordinator for Oxfam GB, where she assisted with fundraising campaigns during London Fashion Week and Secondhand September. She is a native Italian speaker, fluent in English and French.


Olive is a communication and PR strategist with expertise in promoting cultural exchange between Europe and Asia. Trained as a journalist and former editor of China Entrepreneur Magazine, she is experienced in delivering complex communication strategies for major businesses and luxury brands including Ferragamo and Swatch, as well as media campaigns in Asia. Olive holds an MA in creative industries management from the University of St Andrews and an MA in Chinese Literature from Shandong University. Olive is a native Mandarin Chinese speaker and fluent in English.