Leo Burnett London scoops Creative Agency of the Year at Creative Circle Awards

Leo Burnett has scooped the title of Creative Agency of the Year at the Creative Circle 2015 Awards during a ceremony in London last night (17 March).

The agency had more work shortlisted than any other agency and won three Gold and 11 Silver awards for work for brands including McDonald's, charity Karma Nirvana and Cosmopolitan and Always.

Grey London won the most Golds on the night (nine in total) grabbing four for the Sunday Times ‘Icons’ campaign, three for Sunday Times Rich List and a further Gold each for Rymans Eco and Lucozade ‘Conditions Zone’.

Juriaan Booij of RSA Films won Best Up and Coming Commercial Director and Chloe Pope and Jess Morris from Dare were awarded Most Promising Creative Newcomers.

Other Gold award winners on the night include AMV BBDO for Pepsi Max ‘Unbelievable Bus Shelter’, Sainsbury’s ‘1914’, and Department for Transport.

FCB Inferno won ten for ‘This Girl Can’ for Sport England, with Somesuch picking up Gold for Best Direction.

The President’s Award this year was handed to art director Mark Reddy.

The ceremony marked the 70th awards at Creative Circle.

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