"We're an award-winning husband-and-wife team, Rebecca and Steve Parsley..."

About Us

Dolphin International Communications is run by award-winning husband-and-wife team Rebecca and Steve Parsley, both qualified journalists with extensive experience of working in the print and broadcast media as well as in public, private and corporate sector communications. 

Until recently they ran Montpellier Media Services, a Yorkshire-based PR agency serving clients throughout the UK and beyond in sectors as diverse as family law, electronic design and manufacturing, education, tourism, social enterprise and retail.

An increasing amount of international work led to them establishing Dolphin International Communications Ltd, a copywriting, editing and proofreading business that focuses on delivering a top-quality service to companies and organizations worldwide that need to communicate effectively with English-speaking audiences.

A desire for a more relaxed lifestyle (and better weather!) means they now split their time between Turkey and Great Britain.

Rebecca

1. Describe yourself in six words.
Motorsport fan; salsa dancer; grammar pedant.

2. Where is your favorite place in the world?

Watching the sun set from a bar on Olu Deniz beach.

3. How do you relax?

Now, sitting in the sun with a glass of something cold, reading my Kindle and watching the world go by.

4. Currently, what’s your biggest challenge?

Learning Turkish – I’ve always been good at languages but it definitely gets harder as you get older!

5. Tell us something not many people know about you.

I can sing the first two verses of the Italian national anthem – in Italian.

Rebecca Parsley

Steve

1. Describe yourself in six words.
A persistent seeker of car keys.

2. Where is your favorite place in the world?

Msosa Valley, Tanzania. It’s still largely uninhabited by people and achingly beautiful.

3. How do you relax?

Walking and watching wildlife.

4. Currently, what’s your biggest challenge?

Trying to live a life less driven.

5. Tell us something not many people know about you.

Family and friends will probably tell you I have a pretty good sense of direction but my first-ever job was as a delivery driver. I got lost. A lot.

Steve Parsley