Leah Eser

Senior PR & Communications specialist

Location icon Singapore

A senior PR professional with eight years’ experience in agencies in UK and Singapore, and working on global projects across Europe, APAC and USA. Skilled at leading teams and working across a diverse portfolio of brands within alcohol, culture, lifestyle, wellness, technology and travel industries, specialising in media strategy and planning, creative ideation, content creation, events and media and influencer relations.

I hold a First Class Degree in Public Relations and Marketing and my portfolio includes brands from entertainment, lifestyle, culture, travel, technology, food, drink and technology sectors: BMW, MINI, BRITA, Fruit Shoot, Little Caesars Pizza, Samsung, Uber, Morocco Tourism Board, Intercontinental Hotel Group, Guinness, Starbucks, Hendrick’s and Tiffany&CO.

Creating Carbon-Fibre Couture With Felder Felder

In a dramatic statement of how car companies might use their waste materials in the future, we partnered BMW with eco fashion duo Felder Felder to make a Couture dress - out of leftover car parts.

Revolutionary, controversial, provoking... it's all down to a tee

A new Yorkshire exhibition celebrates the T-shirt in all its statement-making glory. Stephanie Smith looks at the many facets of the not-so-humble item. Every T-shirt tells a story, from a plain white tee to a ripped, slogan-bearing number with a message that demands attention. And that story is all about us, the wearer.

HuffPost UK
Single-Use Plastic Is Never Fantastic

We all have the planet's best interest at heart. No one wants to see turtles hurt by straws or beaches littered with plastic bottles, but we can all do our bit to be a little more eco-friendly. It doesn't have to be a huge change either, we all take a reusable bag to the shops now that it cost 5p to buy one.

Channel NewsAsia
Want to enjoy Breakfast at Tiffany's? Now you can at ION Orchard

In the current Tiffany & Co. campaign, actress/model Elle Fanning walks up to a Tiffany window to admire its contents while sipping from a coffee cup. The scene is a nod to the opening sequence of the 1961 classic Breakfast at Tiffany's, except Fanning, unlike the film's protagonist Audrey Hepburn, is not munching on a croissant.