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Super Jury 2018

1. Jeff Goodby Co-Chairman and Partner Goodby, Silverstein & Partners
2. Genevieve Hoey Group ECD R/GA NYC
3. Leigh Reyes President and CCO MullenLowe Manila
4. Justine Armour ECD 72andSunny NYC (AWARD School Head, 2002-2003)
5. Leo Premutico Co-Founder and CCO Johannes Leonardo NYC (AWARD School Graduate, 2000)
6. Kim Pick ECD Y&R NZ (former AWARD School Head & student)
7. David Kolbusz CCO Droga5 London
8. Andrew Keller Global Creative Director Facebook Creative Shop

 

Jeff Goodby

Co-Chairman and Partner, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners

Jeff, along with his friend Rich, started this whole thing. Jeff grew up in Rhode Island and graduated from Harvard, where he wrote for the Harvard Lampoon. He worked as a newspaper reporter in Boston, and his illustrations have been published in TIME, Mother Jones and Harvard Magazine. He began his advertising career at J. Walter Thompson and was lucky enough to meet the legendary Hal Riney, whom he still thinks of as his mentor, at Ogilvy & Mather. It was with Riney that Goodby learned his reverence for surprise, humor, craft and restraint. He also met a guy named Rich Silverstein at Ogilvy & Mather. They founded GS&P in 1983. Since then, the two have won just about every advertising award imaginable. And yes, Jeff was the guy who originally wrote “got milk?” He is also a director, and two of his commercials were selected to be among the top 30 advertising films of the 1990s by The One Club. In 2006 he was inducted into the Advertising Hall of Fame. He continues to believe that his success is a happy confluence of his mother, a painter; his father, a Wharton graduate; and his family, a constant reminder of irony and humility. Jeff lives in Oakland, California, with his family, a dog, a cat, a rabbit, three horses and probably some other things he doesn’t know about. Twitter:@JeffBadby Tags:San Francisco, Partner

 

Genevieve Hoey

Group ECD, R/GA NYC

From the tropics of Australia to the wilds of New York, Genevieve is currently enjoying life as a Group Executive Creative Director at R/GA. Here she leads campaign thinking for Nike, Converse, several other innovative tech clients she’s not at liberty to disclose, and the R/GA LGBTQ Network. Prior to NYC, Genevieve was the global lead on Booking.com at Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam. She’s created funny spots of varying lengths and languages, integrated campaigns, short films, digital content series, interactive installations, music videos and more. She’s won all the expected international awards and recognition but is driven by an unflagging belief that her best is always yet to come. Her hobbies used to include crate digging for Northern Soul music, unwise travel and the hunt for the dirtiest martini. However, her hobbies are now achieving 5 hours of consecutive sleep and doing the bidding of her two young sons.

 

Leigh Reyes

President and CCO, MullenLowe Manila

Leigh is the President and Chief Creative Officer of MullenLowe Group Philippines. She is concurrently on the Board of Directors of the Internet and Mobile Marketing Association of the Philippines (IMMAP). She has led the agency transformation from traditional services to one with award-winning expertise in digital-first approaches, experiential marketing, and branded content creation and production. Most recently, the agency launched its own PR arm, MullenLowe MARC. Leigh has been awarded at Cannes, D&AD, One Show, Clio, Art Directors’ Club, Spikes, Asia-Pacific AdFest, New York Festivals, LIA, Asian Marketing Effectiveness and Strategy Awards, Digital Media Asia, and others. She has served on many global and regional juries, including Cannes Lions, New York Festivals, Art Directors' Club, Clio, LIA, AdFest, and Spikes. Before MullenLowe, Leigh was Executive Creative Director at Y&R Philippines, where she and her team brought home the country’s first gold Clio. There, she was also responsible for adding digital talent and services to the agency offer. Leigh has worked on blue-chip clients across categories, including Unilever, Alaska (Royal Friesland Campina), Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), Jollibee Foods Corporation, and Accenture. One of CNN Philippines’ Leading Women, she regularly gives talks and workshops on creativity. As @leighpod, she is a content creator with over 6,000 subscribers on YouTube and over 17,000 followers on Instagram. She interacts on multiple social platforms with thousands of people, thanks to shared interests in art, writing instruments, technology, and culture.

 

Justine Armour

ECD, 72andSunny NYC (AWARD School Head, 2002-2003)

Justine leads the creative department at 72andSunny New York, working across General Mills brands including Cheerios and Nature Valley, as well as Seventh Generation, Axe, Smirnoff, and new business. She has led campaigns that connect brands to cultural conversations ranging from mum judgment, gender roles and equal pay, to name a few. Justine’s previous lives saw her working in Brisbane and Sydney in Australia, where she made award-winning work for Hahn SuperDry and Boag’s while at Publicis Mojo. More recently, she spent five years in Portland at W+K, helping reinvent brands like Secret, Old Spice, Chrysler and Dodge. She was head lecturer of AWARD School once for two years, a really really long time ago.

 

Leo Premutico

Co-Founder and CCO, Johannes Leonardo NYC (AWARD School Graduate, 2000)

In 2007, Jan and Leo co-founded Johannes Leonardo based on the philosophy that the consumer has become the new medium. In the ten years since co-founding the agency, they’ve created transformative brand ideas for some of the world’s most influential companies. Their work for Google helped to usher traditional storytelling into the modern age and resulted in the mobile Grand Prix at the Cannes advertising festival. They re-positioned adidas Originals into challengers of the status quo with their strikethru campaign which has contributed to an unprecedented turnaround for the company, and was awarded the 2017 Entertainment for Music Grand Prix at the same festival. While the duo’s Live Mutual platform has not only allowed Mass Mutual to rise above the category and influence culture, it is also influencing the way the organization operates. In addition to winning every industry accolade, the pair have twice been featured as one of Creativity's 50 most influential creative people. Prior to launching Johannes Leonardo, they served as ECDs at Saatchi & Saatchi New York where their work on P&G’s Tide’s 2008 Super Bowl spot helped the commercial be named one of the top 20 Super Bowl ads of all time by AdAge. In 2018, Johannes Leonardo was named to AdAge’s Agency A-List, a ranking of the nation’s top 10 advertising agencies.

 

Kim Pick

ECD, Y&R NZ (former AWARD School Head and student)

A former AWARD School chairman and AWARD School runner up, Kim Pick (previously Henley) has worked her way around the world via leading agencies in London, New York, Singapore Australia, and New Zealand. Kicking off an award-winning copywriting career in Sydney, Kim was appointed Creative Director of McCann Erickson Singapore at age 26, and later promoted to Regional Creative Director at Saatchi & Saatchi London. She was ECD of RAPP New York until 2014, when she returned to the New Zealand industry, joining Colenso BBDO as Creative Director. She was recently appointed Executive Creative Director at Y&R New Zealand, one of only a trio of female ECDs in the country. She has served on the Diversity and Inclusion Council for the NZ Communications Council, and regularly speaks on strategic and creative thinking, as well as digital and advertising craft and creativity.

 

David Kolbusz

CCO, Droga5 London

David is the Chief Creative Officer of Droga5 London and has been for a couple years now, toiling away on established brands like Uniqlo, Danone, launching films like Baywatch, and helping start brands from scratch like sports betting app Kwiff. He arrived form Wieden + Kennedy New York where he was the Executive Creative Director. During his time there he helped raise the creative profile of the agency, doing brand-building work for the likes of GAP, Delta Airlines, Southern Comfort, Nike Brand Jordan, and Squarespace. Prior to WKNY, he was the Deputy Executive Creative Director at BBH London where he helped oversee the creative department and ran the Axe/Lynx Global account along with The Guardian, creating The Three Little Pigs work which was the UK's most awarded campaign in 2012. Along with stints at Goodby, Silverstein, and Partners San Francisco, Mother London, and TBWA, he combines a global scope with strategic rigour and a passion for making brands famous.

 

Andrew Keller

Global Creative Director, Facebook Creative Shop

Andrew Keller is Global Creative Director of Facebook's Creative Shop. As Global Creative Director, he will be responsible for exploring the next era of creativity while empowering mobile innovation of Facebook's storytelling solutions within the creative community. Andrew's philosophy on creativity in business has always focused on fundamentally connecting with people in unconventional ways that add meaning, utility and value to their lives. He believes Facebook is the platform to explore these themes deeper in partnership with like-minded agencies and brands. Throughout his career, Andrew's work has been recognized by top international award shows including Cannes Lions where he's been awarded three Titanium Grand Prix Lions. He has served on several award juries including Cannes Lions, Andy's, CLIO, LIA, One Show, D&AD, AICP Awards, Communication Arts, among others. Prior to Facebook, Andrew spent 18 years of his career with creative agency CP+B, starting as an Art Director and rising to Chief Executive Officer and Chief Creative Officer of the agency. Throughout his career, Andrew led numerous accounts including Burger King, MINI, Dominos and American Express. Under his leadership and tenure at CP+B, the agency was named Agency of the Year 13 times by Advertising Age and Adweek, as well as Agency of the Decade by Advertising Age. Two of his campaigns have been named to Advertising Age's s Top 15 Ad Campaigns of the 21st century.

 

Super Jury 2017

Linda Knight ECD TBWA\Chiat\Day LA Los Angeles (AWARD School 1992)
James McGrath Creative Chairman Clemenger BBDO Melbourne
Margaret Johnson CCO Goodby Silverstein & Partners San Francisco
Ted Royer CCO Droga5 New York
Eric Quennoy ECD Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam
Kate Stanners Chairwoman & Global CCO Saatchi & Saatchi
Jureeporn Thaidumrong Chairwoman/CCO Grey Bangkok
Sarah Barclay Global ECD JWT New York (AWARD School winner 1984)
Nick Law  Vice Chairman & Global CCO R/GA New York
Ben Priest Founder & Group CCO adam&eveDDB London