Judges from TBWA/London, Inferno, Leo Burnett, Pentagram, The Chase, MadebyPi and Imagination to judge Scottish Creative Awards
The judging panel for the Scottish Creative Awards will include representatives from TBWA/London, The Chase, Pentagram, Leo Burnett, MadebyPi, Inferno and Imagination.
With the awards now open for entry, eight judges have confirmed their participation in this year’s panel, including; Chris Hemingway, creative director of MadeByPi, Jiri Bures, creative director of Imagination, Angus Hyland, partner at Pentagram, Steve Conchie, creative director at The Chase, Andrew Laurentino, creative director at TBWA/London, John Jessup, creative director at Leo Burnett, Al Young, creative director for Inferno and Jack Renwick, founder and creative director of Jack Renwick Studio.
The awards, which aim to celebrate the best creative work produced and presented within Scotland, includes categories such as Retail Advert, Website, Corporate Identity, Art Direction and PR Strategy.
Entries will be accepted until 29 June, with the winners being announced at a ceremony to be held at the Radisson Blu hotel in Glasgow on 7 September.
Judges for the strategy panel will be announced in due course.
For more information see the Scottish Creative Awards website, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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