Global research and communications, focused on art, architecture, technology and society.
Send/Receive is a Berlin-based public relations office with deep experience in the worlds of contemporary art, architecture, design, media and technology. Through insightful research and active yet nuanced communication, we connect our clients to a broader social environment, and help articulate their role and relevance both within and beyond their professional contexts.
Media consumption is taking place within increasingly isolated feedback loops. Our ambition is to enable greater communication (and ultimately understanding) between people, communities and cultures – especially those that do not typically speak with one another. By linking different disciplines and geographies, we feed the exchange of knowledge and dialogue in global society.
Our services include written and visual communications, profile and story development, media relations, audience research and analysis, public engagement strategy and execution, social media campaigns, graphic design, art direction and branding.
Founder and Managing Director
Jeremy Higginbotham is the founder and managing director of Send/Receive. He has spent more than twenty years in media working with some of the world’s leading figures in culture, technology and government. Before founding Send/Receive, he was global head of public affairs for OMA, the Pritzker Prize–winning architecture firm. He has also worked in the CEO’s office at SpaceX and Tesla, and at Ringier AG, one of Europe’s leading media companies. Jeremy is originally from Reno, Nevada, studied political science and economics at Georgetown, and is based in Berlin. He is a trustee of the Nevada Museum of Art and a member of the Atlantik-Brücke.
Sander Manse is the creative director of Send/Receive. He is a writer and designer, and was previously part of the public affairs team for OMA in Rotterdam. Before joining OMA, Sander worked as a product designer and researcher for the Dutch design studio Hella Jongerius/Jongeriuslab, where he co-authored a publication on Jongerius’s colour research. He has published essays on architecture, technology and design and taught at the Design Academy Eindhoven. Raised in the Netherlands and Oman, Sander graduated cum laude from the Design Academy Eindhoven, and holds an MA in philosophy from the European Graduate School.
Anne Maier is one of Germany’s leading cultural publicists. She studied political science in Munich and began her career as an art critic and curator. After moving to Berlin in 2002, she defined her focus on promoting contemporary art and managed communications for Art Forum Berlin and European Art Projects. From 2009 to 2020 Anne led the press and media strategy team at HKW – Haus der Kulturen der Welt, putting the institution on the map globally. As an art critic, she contributes to various publications. She is the editor of Die Übrigen (Hatje Cantz, 2014).
Senior Designer and Editor
Annie Schneider is a California-born, American Canadian architect, designer, researcher and writer. Before joining Send/Receive she worked at AMO, the think tank and research arm of OMA. Her work has appeared in the exhibition Countryside, the Future at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, Countryside, A Report (Guggenheim and Taschen, 2020) and CANActions Magazine. She currently teaches at the Design Academy Eindhoven and has previously taught at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. She graduated summa cum laude with a BA from the University of California, Los Angeles, and received her master’s of architecture degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
Senior Advisor, Climate and Philanthropy
Patricia Atkinson leads Send/Receive’s work with climate and philanthropic organizations, helping to shape, execute and communicate their visions. She advises existing and emerging philanthropists and the organizations they support. Most recently, Patricia served as the head of grantmaking at the IKEA Foundation, leading a €200m/year grant program focused on climate harm reduction – one of the largest of its kind globally. Prior to that, she worked for the Gates Foundation in Seattle. She holds a BA and an MBA from Stanford University.
Head of Office
Florian Vanicatte is a communications professional with broad experience in the tourism sector and arts management. Born and raised in France, he worked in communications for the Mayor of Lille and the Institut Français in Amsterdam. He moved to Berlin to start Découvrir Berlin, a bicycle tour company for Francophone tourists that received a top-ten rating on Tripadvisor. He holds a master’s degree in arts and cultural management from Sciences Po.
Rahel Yohannes is an artist and communications professional. Born and raised in Germany, she spent several years in New York, where she was part of Cultural Vistas, an international organization specializing in cultural exchange between the United States and Europe, and worked and exhibited as an artist and poet. Prior to joining Send/Receive, Rahel was a curatorial assistant at ACC Gallery Weimar and a project leader for the Bauhaus 100 series. She also worked for the Bundesverband Bildender Künstlerinnen und Künstler (Germany’s federal association of visual artists), and as an artisan at a Berlin-based, women-led wood workshop. Rahel holds an MA from the University of Connecticut and, in addition to German, she speaks English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Tigrinya.
Communications and Research
Andrew Goodhouse is an editor and writer. Before joining Send/Receive he worked at M+ in Hong Kong, where he contributed to the launch of the new museum’s digital and print publications program. He previously worked at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal as an editor for publications, exhibitions and other public-facing projects. Raised in Athens, Dubai, Brussels and Charlottesville, Virginia, he holds an MA in decorative arts, design history and material culture from the Bard Graduate Center in New York City and a BA in French and anthropology from Macalester College. He is the editor of When Is the Digital in Architecture? (Canadian Centre for Architecture and Sternberg Press, 2017).
Bernice delos Reyes
Communications and Research
Bernice delos Reyes is a writer, curator and communications strategist. Prior to joining Send/Receive, Bernice was based in Dubai and worked in communications and cultural programming at Alserkal. She has also collaborated with the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, Art Jameel, the Salama Bint Hamdan Al Nahyan Foundation and the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia. She is the co-founder Sa Tahanan Collective, a Filipino grassroots art collective in Dubai, and a contributing writer to Vice, Global Art Daily and The National. Originally from Manila, Bernice studied sociology and theatre at New York University Abu Dhabi.
Communications and Research
Stella Roos is a Finnish writer, editor and researcher. Born and raised in Helsinki, she speaks four languages and lived in Oxford, London, Paris, Rotterdam and Rome before settling in Berlin. She is a regular contributor to Monocle and Konfekt, where she covers architecture, design and culture. At Send/Receive, Stella is an editor-at-large focusing on media research. She holds a BA in European social and political studies from University College London.
Communications and Research
Amy Patton is an artist, filmmaker, editor and writer. She has edited dozens of publications on art theory, art history, urban studies, literature and philosophy and published over twenty book translations, including an acclaimed translation of Peter Sloterdijk’s Terror from the Air. Her films and artworks have been featured in exhibitions at art institutional ons in the United States and Europe. Originally from Austin, Texas, Amy holds degrees in art history and new media art from the University of Texas at Austin, and an MFA in experimental media design from the Universität der Künste Berlin.
Kelly Diepenbrock is a Californian graphic, 3D and motion designer living in Berlin. Her work often marries classical design principles with new technologies to produce unique visual identities. She holds degrees in modern history, fine art and communication design from the University of St Andrews in Scotland, the San Francisco Art Institute and the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin.
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