24 June 2010 - 11:06pm | posted by | 0 comments

Winners of Sh! awards announced

This year’s Sh! Awards, which celebrates the work of creative and design students, organised by Leeds marketing agency, Brahm has been announced.

The judges said of Young’s work; “Matthew was a clear winner with his breadth and volume of work.  He showed great writing and design talents as well as demonstrating a practical application across numerous design disciplines.  His confident, but modest presentation left all the judges with a smile on their faces.”

Second on the evening was Tom Pratt, third was Christie Burland-Upton and notable mentions went to Rhianne Withers, Luke Willetts and Emma King.

John Morgan, chief executive of Brahm, commented; "We've been absolutely bowled over by the number of entries we've received in the seventh year of the awards. All the judges agreed that the caliber of entries was stronger than ever and so to get into the shortlist is a real achievement. We hope it's been a fun and instructive experience for them all and that all those involved go onto extremely successful careers in the industry."

The awards were this year announced at the Temple Works in Leeds, compiled from over 150 entries which saw a shortlist made up of 20 students for judging.

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