A full service advocacy and public relations firm, Campfire helps you tell your story on your terms and with maximum impact.
Our team has been tested in the toughest environments. We refined our craft in the Maryland Governor’s Office, the halls of Congress, leading business litigation law firms and statewide advocacy campaigns.
We use this diverse experience to help clients navigate the intersection of media, business and government to persuade their most important audience.
Whether you seek to raise awareness about a new product or galvanize support for a major project or policy initiative, we bring a campaign style approach to communications that sets you apart from the field.
Headquartered in Annapolis, Campfire brings together media professionals with diverse backgrounds – PR, advertising, social media, web design and more – who love to help clients win.
As Founder & President of Campfire Communications, Henry Fawell has managed communications campaigns for a range of companies, including Fortune 500 brands and leaders in the energy, real estate, transportation and technology industries. He specializes in message development, public relations, digital marketing and advocacy campaigns.
Henry served as Press Secretary to the Governor of Maryland from 2003 to 2007. In this capacity he served as day-to-day media spokesman for the Governor and helped develop communications strategy for nearly two dozen state agencies with combined budgets of more than $30 billion. Prior to founding Campfire, he served as a media strategist for corporate clients at Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, a 500-attorney business litigation law firm.
Henry was appointed by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to the Board of Directors of Maryland’s Public-Private Marketing Corporation, a new entity responsible for branding Maryland and marketing the state’s assets to out-of-state businesses. Henry is a sought-after analyst for regional and national media on public relations news and trends. His appearances include National Journal, WBAL-TV, The Baltimore Business Journal, Washington Business Journal and a variety of industry publications.
He lives in Annapolis with his wife and two children.