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Thursday, January 31, 2008

SIX KIWIS TO JUDGE NEW YORK FESTIVALS

With a star line up of judges in Australia and New Zealand and a 20% jump in entries, 2008 promises to be a big year for the New York Festivals Advertising in all Media competition. The judges have been chosen from recommendations made by the industry’s top creatives, and many are multiple award winners themselves. They join judges representing over 30 countries from around the world. Judging will commence early March. Winners will be announced at a Gala event in New York in early May.

Judges from New Zealand:
Jeremy Taine, ECD, Ogilvy Auckland – TV
Tim Hall, CD, Saatchi & Saatchi, Wellington – Print
Peter Hewitt, Exec. Producer, Film Construction – Art & Technique
Jake Fitter, Lead Sr. Creative – Saatchi & Saatchi, Auckland
Nick Worthington, Executive CD, Colenso BBDO, Auckland (pictured) – Print
Josh Frizzell, Director, Curious Film

Judges from Australia:

Mark Collis, National CD, Leo Burnett – TV
Rebecca Carrasco, Executive CD, Colman Rasic Carrascom, Sydney – TV
Steve Back, ECD, Saatchi & Saatchi, Sydney – Print
Rem Bruijn, CD, MAKE, Brisbane – Print
Ralph van Dijk, Eardrum, Sydney – Radio
Buzz Pringle, Stellar Group, Sydney – Radio
Andrew Tinning, CD, Marketforce, Perth - Outdoor
Emma Hill, CD, Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne – Outdoor
Ashley Ringrose, Director/Founder, Soap Creative, Sydney – New Media
Aaron Turk, CD, Tribal DDB, Sydney – New Media
Jonathan Samway, Exec. Producer, Prodigy – Art & Technique
Pete Baker, The Glue Society, Sydney - Outdoor
Lee Thomson - Robbers Dog – Art & Technique

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

JAKE SMASH!

4:15 PM NZDT

 
Anonymous jakethepen said...

Jake is judging the Digital awards!

Ta very much like
Jake

1:24 PM NZDT

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jakey - Lead Sr. Creative?! when are they going to make you Digital Creative Director?!

10:18 AM NZDT

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Over the last 3 years we've seen decent judges at the NYf and this year is no exception, maybe it's becoming a respectable award again?

2:52 PM NZDT

 

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