Dylan Sharpe


Dylan Sharpe is a Political PR and Media Consultant working in London, who writes on politics and communications.

He has previously worked as the Head of Media Relations for the Countryside Alliance – the leading campaign group standing up for all things rural, which won ‘Political Personality of the Decade’ in the Channel 4 Political Awards.

Dylan was also the Head of Press for the victorious NO to AV campaign in the 2011 Alternative Vote referendum and was the Campaign Director of Big Brother Watch – a civil liberties pressure group. He got his big break in politics when he joined iNHouse PR in 2007 and worked as a press officer on Boris Johnson’s 2008 London Mayoral campaign.

Dylan was named as one of industry bible PR Week's "29 under 29" in 2011 and chosen as the "International Rising Star 2012" by leading US political magazine Campaigns and Elections.