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JRPR News Team

Johnny Robb

Creative Director & Founder

A lifelong of equestrian, Johnny combined her experience from advertising agencies and corporate marketing to form JRPR Equine News Room in 2005. Industry savvy, Johnny brings a unique creative vibe to her work. She is extremely dedicated to and appreciative of her clients and treats every client’s business as if it were her own.

James Wooster

Video Production

As a videographer, editor and photographer, James is known for his quirky style. James has been active in the horse world for over a decade. He worked as video producer at the Winter Equestrian Festival before forming his, Infamous Productions company a decade ago. James has been an integral contributor to the JRPR team for several years.

Caslon Branscombe

Social Media Strategist

Caslon is an Internationally sought-after Social Media Strategist and Ceator. Caslon entered her first horseshow before she was 3 years old! Her last role was Social Media Account Director at Tag WorldWide for a multi-national FMCG brand. Before becoming an AD, Caslon was a Sr. Paid & Organic Social Media Strategist, where she helped brands make connections through creative campaigns.

Alex Stark

Social Media Strategist

Social Media guru and entrepreneur, Alex founded A Horse Box and successfully grew the business with social media. Alex sold A Horse Box and formed her highly successful, Social Circuit, where today she partners with a variety of firms, including JRPR to offering social media content and strategy service.

Adam Palumbo

Sr. Graphic Artist

Adam has over 15 years of professional graphic, web and media experience. His work has won multiple Silver and Gold Addy and NAMPA awards and has been featured on publications such as Modern Luxury and The Wall Street Journal.

JD Newsom

Graphics & Sponsorship Fulfillment

JD is a familiar face at the horse shows and intragral part of the JRPR sponsorship team. After riding is in his youth, JD majored in Journalism and Advertising at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. While JD spent much of his career in front of the camera, he is enjoying working behind the scenes at the horse shows, on the graphics computer and doing voice overs.

Keith Branscombe

1938-2021

Special thanks to the late, great Keith Branscombe, graphic designer extraordinaire. Keith’s talent and influence will be forever a part of the fabric of JRPR. And yes, Caslon Branscombe is his daughter.

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