Having launched Exposure in 1993 from his bedroom, the agency has successfully gone global with offices in London, New York, San Francisco and Tokyo. When not managing campaigns for international brands like Levi's, Nike, and Coca Cola he also devotes time to the agency's boutique clients such as Globe-Trotter, Mackintosh, Edun and Nigel Cabourn. Beyond Exposure, Raoul is a Trustee of the British Council, advises the Mayor of London (via the Promote London Council), and is a member of the Superbrands Council. Described by PR Week as 'the natural networker', he has a huge collection of do not disturb signs, and is now planning to take Mrs Smith to a lot more Mr & Mrs Smith locations, so he can add to his collection.
Raoul Shah anonymously reviewed the following hotels:
Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles – Read the review