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Richard Brim

Executive Creative Director

adam&eveDDB

Richard Brim

Executive Creative Director

adam&eveDDB

Rick began his career as an Art Director at RKCR/Y&R in 2000 where he learnt his craft doing small space press ads, mainly involving some sort of innuendo. He then moved to Leo Burnett, where his work for clients such as Shelter, McDonald’s and the Department of Transport was recognized by all the major award shows.

After seven very happy and successful years, it was time to move on. In 2013 he found himself, together with his long suffering partner, Daniel Fisher, as Creative Directors at the newly merged adam&eveDDB.

Together, they made the multi award-winning 2013 Christmas campaign ‘Sorry, I Spent It On Myself’ for Harvey Nichols which was awarded four Cannes Grands Prix. Alongside winning five further Gold Lions, adam&eveDDB was awarded Cannes Agency of the Year 2014.

Rick was also behind 2014’s multi-award winning ‘Monty the Penguin’ Christmas campaign for John Lewis, which was awarded a Cannes Lions Grand Prix and two Gold Lions, resulting in it being the Gunn Report’s Most Awarded TV ad of 2015.

Rick was promoted to Executive Creative Director in 2014 and is one of the most acclaimed creatives of his generation. In 2015 he had the honor of being listed in Business Insider’s Top 10 Creative Directors and in 2016 he was listed in both AdAge’s prestigious 40 Under 40 and Creative Review’s 50 Creative Leaders.

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Maryanne Butler

Creative Director

Framestore

Maryanne Butler

Creative Director

Framestore

Maryanne’s career in post-production began 20 years ago when she joined Australian visual effects house Animal Logic after studying Graphic Design at the University of Canberra. During her time at Animal she worked her way up from Design Assistant to Senior Visual Effects Compositor and Supervisor, working with some of Australia’s best commercials directors including Alex Proyas, Bruce Hunt and Steve Rogers.

Maryanne joined Framestore London in 2002 as a Senior Compositor. In 2004 she joined the New York team as Senior Flame Artist working on commercial projects with Academy Award-winning directors Kathryn Bigelow and Scott Hicks, before leading J. Walter Thompson’s revamped campaign for Macy’s. Maryanne has received two VES Award nominations for her compositing contributions on Coca-Cola’s ‘The Greatest Gift’ and FedEx’s ‘Carrier Pigeon’. In recent years, Maryanne refocused her efforts on design-based projects which eventually led to the establishment of the Framestore Design Studio in New York, one of her proudest achievements.

Maryanne was part of a watershed moment for the publishing world when Google Cardboard partnered with the New York Times on the first and largest distribution of Cardboards to the masses last year. Maryanne helped create the VR film, The Nature of Industry, with GE as part of the #nytvr campaign, which won the Grand Prix in Mobile at 2016’s Cannes International Festival of Creativity.

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Jason Campbell

Creative Director

W+K Portland

Jason Campbell

Creative Director

W+K Portland

Jason Campbell is a creative director at Wieden+Kennedy, Portland. Born and bred in Kingston, Jamaica, he’s also lived in London, New York, and San Francisco.

Jason holds a BFA in advertising from the School of Visual Arts in NYC, where he initially thought he was going to become an accomplished painter. In 2005, he graduated as the top student in advertising. That same year, Adweek named him one of the “Top 5 Ad School Graduates” in the nation and the One Club awarded him the prestigious Patrick Kelly Scholarship.

Jason spent some time interning at Wieden+Kennedy, New York before being recruited to join the team at J. Walter Thompson. At JWT, he worked as both a writer and art director to help craft campaigns that won new business accounts, including JetBlue and Stride Gum.

After two years at JWT, he headed west to Goodby Silverstein & Partners. There, he helped the agency transform itself into a digital powerhouse. He created and contributed to award-winning campaigns for the NBA, Comcast, HP, Sprint, and Yahoo as the agency racked up numerous industry accolades. It was during this time that Jason realized learning from the best was even better when you could share it with others. This led to a teaching position at Miami Ad School in addition to his full time creative position with GS&P.

In 2013, Jason reunited with his creative soul mate, W+K, joining the Portland office as a senior creative on Nike. While in this role, he generated iconic work for some of sport’s biggest names. In 2016, he was promoted to the position of creative director. To date, Jason’s work has been extensively written about, tweeted about, gone viral, spoofed culturally, seen internationally, and honored at all the major award shows.

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Elvis Chau

Partner / Executive Creative Director

Anomaly

Elvis Chau

Partner / Executive Creative Director

Anomaly

Elvis joined Anomaly and set up its first Asia office in Shanghai with Eric Lee and Richard Summers in July 2013 with the mission to extend Anomaly’s vision and culture in this part of the world. Within 2 years, Anomaly Shanghai has grew from 8 people to over 60 people, partnering with clients like Budweiser,

Converse, Wyeth, Hershey’s, Costa Coffee, Johnnie Walker etc.

Apart from solving clients’ business problem, Anomaly Shanghai build 3 of their own I.P.:

The Unreasonable – an on-going content platform about those who create progress in China.

Mighty Jaxx – a joint venture working with artists from around the world to create collectable art figurines.

baseCo – an office on-the-move concept, providing an inspiring working space to the freelancers and employees from big companies. Currently, it has 4 outlets in Shanghai.

Elvis had won multiple metals on Andy’s, D&AD, Cannes Lions, Oneshow and Clio. Prior to setting up Anomaly Shanghai, Elvis was the ECD of JWT Shanghai where he built one of the most awarded creative department in the region. JWT Shanghai was named the Creative Agency of the Year by Campaign Asia.

In 2012, Elvis was selected by Fast Company magazine as the World’s Top 100 Most Creative Person in Business.

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Colleen DeCourcy

Global Chief Creative Officer

W+K

Colleen DeCourcy

Global Chief Creative Officer

W+K

As global executive creative director (and one of the few industry women at the very, very top), Colleen leads the eight-office global network of W+K alongside President Dave Luhr. For more than three decades, the fiercely independent shop has been telling beautiful, provocative stories and setting the bar for creativity. Colleen is leading the vision for the agency’s future, where one avenue of evolution and growth will be defined by a deeper, more extensive set of creative chops. Colleen has been instrumental in establishing the first of many more proof-points that W+K is a culture for all kinds of creative people, including the rise of our creative technology group, The Lodge (which recently created this robot and an AI-driven Slack bot), and a content publishing group.

Colleen joined the agency in 2013, and became partner in 2014.

Before W+K, Colleen founded Socialistic, a social media content and design shop, where she served as chief creative officer and CEO. While at Socialistic, she won coveted accounts Red Bull and Fast Company, two of the leading content marketers in the world, and also led work for Showtime and General Electric.

Prior to founding Socialistic, Colleen was the first chief digital officer for TBWA Worldwide, setting the network’s global digital strategy and leading digital efforts for Adidas and Pepsi. Her career has also included the roles of chief experience officer at JWT New York and chief creative officer at Organic, where she led creative on Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge.

She is currently based in New York, and spends time throughout the year in all eight W+K offices.

 

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Kerstin Emhoff

Co-Founder/ President

PRETTYBIRD

Kerstin Emhoff

Co-Founder/ President

PRETTYBIRD

KERSTIN EMHOFF is the co-founder & president of PRETTYBIRD, a hybrid production company she established with director Paul Hunter in 2008. With offices in Los Angeles and London, PRETTYBIRD is home to a diverse roster of filmmakers, creatives and collaborators with a distinct vision to produce inspiring content for all forms of entertainment. Emhoff is recognized for her successful and enduring relationships with top agencies, clients, artists and managers, and her experience and unique style across various mediums and platforms. Under her leadership, PRETTYBIRD has collected Grammys, Emmys, D&AD Awards, Cannes Lions & Grand Prix, Clio’s and MTV Video Music Awards – in addition to being named Creativity’s 2015 Production Company of the Year. As a producer or Executive Producer, Emhoff has been involved in a wide range of PRETTYBIRD’s eclectic work including: Paul Hunter’s upcoming series “Vital Signs” starring Dr. Dre for Apple; Intel & Lady Gaga’s David Bowie Tribute at the 2016 Grammy Awards; Netflix’s epic EDM rave film XOXO starring Sarah Hyland; Atlas Entertainment’s The Monster, directed by Brian Bertino; HBO’s 2013 Primetime Emmy Award Winner Manhunt: The Inside Story of the Hunt for Bin Laden; and the Academy Award shortlisted documentary The Tillman Story. Emhoff is currently developing Pipelines, a diversity initiative focusing on creative talent development in the entertainment, advertising and production industries

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Pete Favat

Chief Creative Officer

Deutsch North America

Pete Favat

Chief Creative Officer

Deutsch North America

As North American Chief Creative Officer, Pete works with the LA and NY offices to deliver award-winning work for Deutsch clients. Since joining Deutsch LA as a partner and chief creative officer in 2013, Pete has led transformative creative work on behalf of Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and Dr Pepper, as well as helped bring eight new clients into the fold for Deutsch LA. His advertising career spans many countries and nearly 30 years of iconic work for well known household brands including Coca Cola, Converse, Progressive, VW, Volvo and Ocean Spray, among others. Prior to joining Deutsch LA, Pete spent 13 years at Arnold Worldwide where he served as CCO. During his tenure, Pete co-created the Truth campaign that was named one of Ad Age’s “Campaigns of the 21st Century” and led the creation of many memorable advertising icons, including Progressive’s Flo, the Ocean Spray’s Growers and Converse’s Grandmama. Pete’s work has earned numerous Cannes Lions, D&AD, The One Show, CLIOs, Kelly Awards and ANDYs, as well as three Emmy Awards and three United Nations Awards for Public Health. Additionally, Pete received the Prism Award for directing MTV’s highly acclaimed documentary “I can’t breathe.” Outside of work, Pete’s got a knack for building things. He designed and built a sustainable LEED certified home that’s been featured on on PBS’ “This Old House.” He also builds furniture in his spare time and plans to pursue that career in his next life. His proudest accomplishment to date is being Dad to Cian and Juliette, and of course, Buddy the chocolate lab.

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Gerry Graf

Founder / Chief Creative Officer

Barton F. Graf

Gerry Graf

Founder / Chief Creative Officer

Barton F. Graf

Gerry’s writing career began at the University of Notre Dame as a staff writer and producer for the school’s infamous Keenan Revue.

In 1995, Gerry joined BBDO/NY and quickly rose to creative director. His work on Snickers was honored as Campaign of the Year by Adweek and Commercial of the Year by AdAge. In 1997, BBDO was named Agency of the Year at the Cannes International Advertising Festival.

At 29, Gerry was promoted to Executive Creative Director of Saatchi & Saatchi London. Oh, no, sorry, that was David Droga. Never mind.

In 1998, Gerry joined Goodby, Silverstein and Partners. AdAge named Goodby Agency of the Year in both 1999 and 2000.

Gerry was named one of the Most Influential People in the Internet Economy by Industry Standard Magazine for his work on E*Trade. The E*Trade commercial “Monkey” has since been named one of the Top 5 Super Bowl Ads of All Time by USA Today.

Adage would go on to name three of Gerry’s commercials to their list of the 20 Best Super Bowl Ads of All Time.

In 2001, Gerry returned to BBDO as their youngest Executive Creative Director. AdAge’s Creativity magazine named BBDO/NY Agency of the Year in 2001.

After 9/11, Mayor Giuliani named Gerry to his marketing team to bring tourism back to NYC. This was without a doubt Gerry’s proudest moment as an advertising executive.

In 2004, Lee Clow asked Gerry to run TBWA/Chiat/Day/NY.

In 2006, AdAge named Gerry one of the 50 “biggest and best thinkers and doers from 20 years of advertising and consumer culture”. He would go on to be named to their annual list of the “50 most influential and creative thinkers” in 2008, 2009, and 2013.

In 2007, AdAge named TBWA/NY the Most Awarded Agency and Gerry the Most Awarded Creative Director in the World.

In 2008, Gerry was named Chief Creative Officer of Saatchi & Saatchi NY and member of the Worldwide Executive Board. In 2009, Gerry’s work on JC Penney was awarded the World Retail Award for Best Digital Retail Advertising. Gerry also helped win General Mills its first ever Gold Lion at Cannes. AdAge named Saatchi NY the 3rd Most Awarded Agency and Gerry the 3rd Most Awarded Creative Director in the World. The Gunn Report named Saatchi’s Crest campaign The Most Awarded Campaign in the World.

Tired of growing other people’s companies, Gerry launched his own agency, Barton F. Graf, in 2010.

The agency was named Top Agency To Watch by AdAge in 2011 and named to both AdAge & Creativity’s A-Lists in 2012, 2013, and 2014.

In 2014, Barton was named Mid-Size Agency of the Year by the 4A’s.

Barton was also named the 5th Most Innovative Advertising Agency by Fast Company. And Gerry made the their list of the “100 Most Creative People In Business”.

Forbes named Barton one of the 14 Most Influential Agencies in America. Business Insider named Gerry “The Most Creative Man In Advertising”. Newsweek called him one of the “New Don Drapers”.

Gerry was also named to the Facebook Creative Council. And PBS featured the agency as one of the new innovative shops in “The Real Mad Men of Madison Ave.”

Barton is now the fastest growing independent agency in America.

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Judy John

CEO Canada & Chief Creative Officer North America

Leo Burnett Canada

Judy John

CEO Canada & Chief Creative Officer North America

Leo Burnett Canada

Judy began her career as a copywriter, honing her craft at agencies ranging from small independent shops to large multinationals to running her own company. She joined Leo Burnett Toronto in 1999, as Chief Creative Officer, in 2011 added the CEO title for Canada, and in 2016 added the CCO title for North America.

Under her direction, Leo Burnett Toronto has been recognized nationally and globally, winning at virtually every show. Highlights include: the first-ever Digital Black Pencil at D&AD in 2006 and the most awarded billboard campaign in the world in 2009. In 2015, she won a second Black Pencil at D&AD, Titanium, Grand Prix and Glass Lion at Cannes, the Emmy for Outstanding Commercial and Always #LikeaAGirl was named by CBS as one of the top three Super Bowl Commercials of all time. That year, the Gunn Report ranked Leo Burnett Toronto, the #1 Agency in Canada and #5 in the world.

In 2016, Judy was named Marketer of the Year by the Canadian Marketing Association, the first agency person to win the award. Judy ranked the #1 CCO in the world in Advertising Age’s Awards Report 2015 and Business Insider ranked her #8 in their 30 Most Creative People in Advertising. She was also named to Advertising Age’s Creativity50 2014: The Most Creative People of the Year.

Along the way, she’s judged top international awards shows including chairing juries at Cannes, The Clios and ADC and most recently was on Cannes 2016 Titanium & Integrated jury. In 2016, she joined the Board of Directors of The One Club and The Women’s College Hospital Foundation.

Everything from Judy’s work ethic to her management style, she learned from years of waiting tables and packing take-out orders at her parents’ restaurant.

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Margaret Johnson

Executive Creative Director and Partner

GS&P

Margaret Johnson

Executive Creative Director and Partner

GS&P

Margaret Johnson is a 20-year GS&P veteran and leads the agency’s creative department, a position she assumed in 2015 after being named a Partner in 2012.

Adweek named Margaret one of the “Most Inspiring Chief Creative Officers” in the U.S., and Business Insider included her in their list of the “Most Creative Women in Advertising.” Under her leadership, GS&P has architected famous work with a humanitarian edge. This includes “Emily’s Oz” for Comcast/XFINITY, DORITOS Rainbows (the profits of which supported the It Gets Better Project), the Oculus Rift experience for the Salvador Dalíi Museum, the anti-cyber bullying campaign “#I Am a Witness” for the Ad Council and the Häagen- Dazs “HD Loves HB” campaign. The latter prompted Congress to conduct hearings on Colony Collapse Disorder.

Margaret serves on the boards of the One Show and Facebook’s Creative Council. She was a founding member of the 3 Percent Conference and has judged the ANDYs, the CLIOs as well as the prestigious Titanium category of the Cannes Lions. She’s won awards at every major show, including The One Show’s first-ever Green Pencil for the Häagen-Dazs “HD Loves HB” campaign, the Kelly Awards Grand Prize for the Häagen-Dazs “Five” campaign, a Cannes Cyber Lion for the Yahoo! outdoor interactive “Bus Stop Derby” and two Lions for the Logitech “Ivan Cobenk” spot, which was included as one of the CLIO Awards’ 100 all-time “World’s Best Commercials.” Margaret also produced and directed Dunkumentary, which was featured in the Short Film Corner at Cannes.

Margaret graduated from UNC Chapel Hill with a BA in journalism and mass communication and earned a degree in art direction at the Portfolio Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

 

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Andrew Keller

Global Creative Director

Creative Shop

Andrew Keller

Global Creative Director

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.

Andrew is new to New York City, having just to moved to the city with his wife and two sets of twin boys.

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Jeff Kling

Chief Creative Officer

Fallon

Jeff Kling

Chief Creative Officer

Fallon

His plans to rebuild the Death Star on temporary hold, this chief creative officer of fallon Worldwide hopes: 1. his ambient dislike of advertising has bettered his own work; and 2. that no one will mind him not having fulfilled his imagined potential as a world-champion surfer.

Jeff created Dos Equis’s “The Most Interesting Man in the World,” rubber-stamped Nike’s “Write the Future” campaign and authored the Miller High Life manifesto and campaign that still forms the playbook for many strategists, agencies, and brands. Recently he gave Arby’s The Meats, bade fond farewell to Arby’s nemesis Jon Stewart, helped America get its billions back, and helped Loctite win advertising’s 2014 Super Bowl.

In his fourteen-hundred thirty-seven-thousand years in the business, Kling has quarterbacked national and global work for Heineken, Coca-Cola, Jaguar, EA, Nokia, Volvo, Honda, The Eye Film Institute Netherlands, Miller Genuine Draft, ESPN, Clearasil, Gore-Tex and many, many more—and for a host of dead dot-coms, for whose busted first-wave bubble he is personally responsible.

Father to two semi-Austrian daughters who karate-kick the bejeezus out of every day and tell him no in three languages, he is possibly the luckiest bastard alive.

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David Kolbusz

Chief Creative Officer

Droga5

David Kolbusz

Chief Creative Officer

Droga5

David joined the Droga5 London office in November 2015.

He arrived form Wieden + Kennedy New York where he was the Executive Creative Director overseeing the creative department and partnering with the Managing Director to run the 250 strong office. 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. During his time at TBWA he also worked on Nissan.

Along with stints at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners San Francisco, Mother London and TBWA, he combines a global scope with strategic rigour and a passion for making brands famous.

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Senthil Kumar

Chief Creative Officer

JWT India

Senthil Kumar

Chief Creative Officer

JWT India

Senthil’s advertising roller coaster ride began 20 years ago when he switched lanes from Rocket Science to Common Sense. From his gold medal winning Bangalore University project on the engine of the Prithvi Missile, to playing for the Bangalore University Cricket Team, to flirting with event marketing, silent theatre and choreography to finally believing that he could write for a living and Winning India’s first and second Gold Lions in Film & Film Craft at the Cannes Lions International Festival. He has been credited with the coveted title ‘LION HUNTER’ by The Economic Times of India for winning the highest number of Cannes Lions ever by any Indian.

At JWT, Senthil has been a spearhead of the agency’s creative turnaround and his work on Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Nike, Levi’s, Google, Ford, The Times of India, The Hindu, Nestle, Unilever, ITC, Diageo, ING bank, Kingfisher & Heineken Beers, Apollo Tyres, MRF Tyres, The Diamond Trading Corporation, Unicef & Rotary International has risen beyond successful marketing case studies to win over many million consumers, building over a 100 different brands and harvesting over 300 international creative awards.

His campaigns are celebrated in India and recognised globally for the ability to amplify deep local insights into simple ideas that solve complicated marketing challenges. Working out of India, he has also led several Global Advertising and Communication Campaigns as Global Creative Director of Unilever Radiant across 12 countries in the emerging markets of Africa, Asia Pacific and South America.

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Nick Law

Vice Chairman, Global Chief Creative Officer

R/GA

Nick Law

Vice Chairman, Global Chief Creative Officer

R/GA

As Vice Chairman, Global Chief Creative Officer, Nick guides R/GA’s strategic and creative vision. He partners with the agency’s senior clients to ensure that R/GA’s wide range of capabilities – business consulting, product and service design, and communications – are equally grounded in creativity, strategy, and technology.

Nick leads an increasingly diverse group of creatives including designers, copywriters, interaction designers, and creative technologists. From these disciplines, he curates and choreographs teams that collaborate on a variety of work, from mobile applications to TV spots and everything in between.

Since joining R/GA in 2001, Nick has worked with clients such as Nike, Beats by Dre, Samsung, HBO, Johnson & Johnson, IBM, and Google. During his tenure, R/GA has become one of the most awarded agencies in the world, winning every major creative accolade, including four Cannes Lion Grand Prix awards, a D&AD Black Pencil, and a GRANDY; and Adweek named R/GA Digital Agency of the Decade and Nike+ as Campaign of the Decade.

Nick has been on every major award show jury (including being named Jury President for the Cannes Innovation Lions) and has twice been named in the Creativity 50, a list of the world’s most influential creative people. He is recognized as an industry thought leader and has been published globally.

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Fernando Machado

SVP Global Brand Management

Burger King

Fernando Machado

SVP Global Brand Management

Burger King

Fernando Machado is currently SVP Global Brand Management at Burger King (based in Miami). Fernando joined Burger King in March of 2014 after spending 18 years in Unilever.

Awarded as Grand Brand Genius by Adweek and as International Marketer of the Year in 2013 (M&M Global), Fernando led the charge in the groundbreaking “Dove Real Beauty Sketches” campaign (most watched piece of branded content in history). Now at Burger King, Fernando is infusing the brand with purpose, modernizing its design, and landing some iconic campaigns like Proud Whopper, Whopper Sign and McWhopper, which again hit a nerve with the audience creating lots of talkability and brand love. With more than 70 Cannes Lions (including 3 GPs), 11 Yellow Pencils from D&AD (Burger King was Client of the Year at the D&AD on 2016), 1 Grand Effie in North America and 1 GRANDY (for McWhopper), Fernando believes that brands with purpose can achieve long term advantage and deliver stronger business results.

 

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Katrine Jo Madsen

Senior Creative

TBWA DAN

Katrine Jo Madsen

Senior Creative

TBWA DAN

Born in Copenhagen, educated at Hyper Island in Stockholm, matured in New York and now working at TBWA DAN in Paris, Katrine is a well-versed creative bridging the online- and offline world.

Having worked with a variety of clients, ranging from global fashion brands to Scandinavian furniture, French fragrances, German cars and everything in-between, Katrine has developed a healthy understanding of business problems and how to create solutions answering those.

Somewhere between human insights, experimentation with media and delicate execution you’ll find most of her solutions, which has resulted in her being responsible for winning almost every industry award, counting Cannes Lions, Eurobest, D&AD, London International Awards, Favorite Website Awards, The Gunn Report and Euro Effies amongst others.

Besides giving lectures at the Danish School of Media and Journalism, she has judged international shows like Cannes Lions, Eurobest and the global Art Directors Club – as well as Danish and French shows. In early 2014, she co-founded the Nordic chapter of the global network SheSays, an organization for women in creative and marketing businesses.

She’s a firm believer in doing hard things well, in being open towards everything and everyone and – above all – in good food and off-topic conversations.

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Tham Khai Meng

Co-Chairman & Worldwide Chief Creative Officer

Ogilvy

Tham Khai Meng

Co-Chairman & Worldwide Chief Creative Officer

Ogilvy

Tham Khai Meng is Co-Chairman and Worldwide Chief Creative Officer of Ogilvy & Mather, and Chairman of its Worldwide Creative Council. Khai led Ogilvy to win Network of the Year at Cannes five consecutive times, from 2012-2016.

AdAge called Khai ‘One of the world’s most influential people in the communication business.’

Khai has served as President for the Cannes 2012, Clio 2015, and D&AD 2016 advertising juries. He is a multiple Cannes Grand Prix winner and with more than 15 D&AD Yellow Pencils under his belt, he is one of this generation’s most awarded creatives.

Khai studied at Central St. Martins in London and received an MA in Film at the Royal College of Art. He entered advertising at Leo Burnett London and joined Ogilvy in 2000 as Regional Creative Director, Asia Pacific. During this time he was inducted into the Campaign Brief Hall of Fame. In 2009, Khai moved to New York to assume his worldwide role, overseeing all the work across the entire Ogilvy network.

He has spoken at the World Economic Forum, and currently serves on the board of Future of Storytelling, Miami Ad School, and the Berlin School of Creative Leadership. He is also a contributing writer for The Guardian, Campaign and Forbes.

After a lifetime of fighting fires in the creative department and elsewhere he now lives in a converted 19th c. firehouse in New York City. An interesting example, he admits, of taking your work home with you.

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Per Pederson

Chairman of Global Creative Council

GREY

Per Pederson

Chairman of Global Creative Council

GREY

25 years with Grey. Previously Co-founder of Uncle Grey in Denmark and CCO of Grey Germany. Per is the most awarded creative in the Grey network with 300+ awards – including 43 Cannes Lions.

He was ranked the no. 1 creative person in Denmark after winning several Lions for the local chain of supermarkets Fakta before assuming the job as CCO in Grey Germany.

In New York he assumed Global creative leadership on Febreze as Global ECD 2010-2014. Implementing the “Breathe Happy – blindfold” campaign in more than 30 markets around the world.  This campaign has won 4 Lions and 5 Effies – including one of the prestigious Black Lions for Creative Effectiveness.

Alongside the job on Febreze he has won international pitches for both P&G (FIFA World-Cup) and GSK (Tums/Eno globally). He has successfully overseen the push for more Lions at Grey New York since 2011 resulting in winning Regional Agency Network of the Year North America this year in Cannes.

Since January 2014 he assumed a global network position as Deputy Worldwide Chief Creative Officer with focus on Cannes Lions, talent, New Bizz and strengthening the creative culture and quality of work in the entire Grey network.

Per has been in the jury of most creative award shows – including Cannes Lions, London International and Clios.

Private life: Married to Nanna with whom he has a 4 year old daughter Flora and newborn son Storm.

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Malcolm Poynton

Global Chief Creative Officer

Cheil Worldwide

Malcolm Poynton

Global Chief Creative Officer

Cheil Worldwide

Malcolm grew up in New Zealand where he mostly played rugby, sailed yachts and fished for trout.  After becoming the youngest member of the NZ Yachting Team in 1984, Malcolm accidently began a career in advertising.

Credited with award-winning innovations such as Foot Locker’s Sneakerpedia and Unilever’s smile activated ice cream vending machine, Malcolm is a recognised industry influencer and speaker.  He is a member of the prestigious International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, former Cannes Lions and Clio Awards Jury President and was recently named by TechCity Insider as one of the UK’s Top 100 Digital innovators and one of AdAge magazine’s “World’s Top 10 Digital minds”.  With over 100 international industry accolades, Malcolm’s work has been recognized across Cannes Lions Film, Print, Innovation, Outdoor, Cyber, and Media, SXSW Interactive, and more.

Before joining Cheil, Malcolm was a member of Sapient’s global leadership team and European Chief Creative Officer.  As Executive Creative Director of Ogilvy UK he built and led a team that created Dove’s legendary ‘Campaign for Real Beauty’ and CRUK’s internationally recognised campaign ‘Together we will beat cancer’.  M&C Saatchi, Saatchi & Saatchi, Ogilvy and SapientNitro have all won Agency of the Year titles during his creative leadership.

In 2015, Malcolm joined Cheil as the network’s first Global Chief Creative Officer.

Bruno Prosperi

Bruno Prosperi

Executive Creative Director

AlmapBBDO

Bruno Prosperi

Executive Creative Director

AlmapBBDO

Bruno Prosperi began his career in Rio de Janeiro as an art director at the agency Contemporanea as soon as he graduated in Visual Communication.
In São Paulo, he has had passages through Fischer, Leo Burnett,
F/Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi and, in 2006, arrived in AlmapBBDO
As art director, becoming Executive Creative Director soon after.
He has created campaigns for brands such as Havaianas, Visa,
Volkswagen, Audi, Pedigree, Pepsi, InBev, Fiat and Kellogg’s.
Bruno has won 69 Lions at the Cannes Festival, besides several awards
at the most prestigious advertising festivals, such as El Sol, The One Show, DA&D, New York Festivals, Clio, London Festival, El Ojo, Wave Festival, FIAP, CCSP, Profissionais do Ano , Wave and Prêmio Abril, among others.

He is one of the most awarded creative directors in the world: in the 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 Cannes Lions ranking he came in seventh, fifth and third place, respectively.
He was also the creative director with the largest number of works published in Luezer’s Archive magazine in 2014.

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Chacho Puebla

Chief Creative Officer and Partner

LOLA MullenLowe

Chacho Puebla

Chief Creative Officer and Partner

LOLA MullenLowe

Horacio “Chacho” Puebla is originally from Mendoza, Argentina where he began his career. After working for five years and founding the local chapter of the Creative Circle, he went to work in Santiago, Chile, just on the other side of the Andes mountains. There he began his international trajectory and gained valuable experience in handling global, national and regional Latin American accounts. In 2005, he was asked to join Leo Burnett Lisbon and was promoted to Executive Creative Director after just two years. Together with Managing Director, Miguel Simoes, Chacho raised the agency 10 places in the global agency ranking of the Gunn Report while generating new business and building the creative reputation.

Under his creative direction, Leo Burnett Lisbon was among the most creative agencies in the Burnett network, and reached the Advertising Age Top 5 worldwide. They were also named the best Ibero-American agency in the Ojo Iberoamerica Festival. Chacho was also recognized as Portugal´s best creative director and the agency, best in Portugal for three consecutive years.

In September of 2009, he was named Executive Creative Director of Leo Burnett Iberia (Spain and Portugal) and took on his biggest challenge to date by creating one consolidated agency with the same vision, by uniting the Lisbon and Madrid offices. At the start of 2010, Chacho became part of the worldwide creative board of Leo Burnett, and in 2011, he was named Creative Director of Western Continental Europe. He held this position briefly until he was hired away by Lowe and Partners Worldwide, as partner and Executive Creative Director of LOLA/Mullen Lowe in Madrid, handling global accounts for Unilever.

After just under three years at the helm, LOLA doubled its business portfolio and grew to open new offices in Barcelona and Lisbon. LOLA was among the top 3 “Best Agencies to Work” for two consecutive years and in 2014 and 2015 Chacho was recognized as creative director of the year in Spain and was named one of the year´s most fascinating professionals by the Spanish marketing press.

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Tom Punch

Global Executive Creative Director

VICE

Tom Punch

Global Executive Creative Director

VICE

Tom Punch is VICE Media’s Chief Commercial & Creative Officer, working at the intersection of creative and commerce to drive VICE’s innovative monetization models across VICE’s 3 screens & OTT platforms globally. Punch oversees the development of commercially viable content and also manages the operations for VICE’s 11 owned and operated channels and six forthcoming channels, its 24-hour linear television network VICELAND, and VICE’s mobile offerings. Since starting at VICE Punch has led teams that have developed new channels, content & experiential programs, innovative advertising formats & large scale brand partnerships across VICE’s various media properties. He drove global content partnerships with core clients like ABInBev, Unilever, Samsung, YouTube and Google, while also building out a production studio to serve brands and partners. He has also driven a number of the companies pro social efforts, developing VICE’s impact channel, partnering with Al Gore for climate change and spearheading a campaign with (RED) that helped raise 28MM for AIDS treatment in Africa. Prior to working at VICE, he worked in film, events, TV production and various advertising roles at WPP & Mother.

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Eric Silver

North American Chief Creative Officer

McCann

Eric Silver

North American Chief Creative Officer

McCann

Eric Silver joined McCann in 2015 as Chief Creative Officer, North America. Under his creative leadership, McCann earned the #3 spot on Ad Age’s prestigious Agency A-List and McCann New York was awarded 25 Lions at the 2016 Cannes Lions Festival, the most of any U.S. agency and #2 in the world.

Eric joined McCann from his own agency, Silver + Partners, which appeared frequently in Mashable for its social efforts, and was named to Ad Age’s A-List. Prior to that, Eric served as Executive Creative Director at BBDO where he managed FedEx, Monster and BBC. Work for all three clients was selected to Adweek’s Best of the Decade list.

Eric began his career as a writer at Chiat Day before moving to Portland to work on NIKE and ESPN at Wieden and Kennedy. From there, he joined the Late Show with David Letterman as a staff writer. After submitting a Top 10 list of reasons Conan’s show was funnier, he decided to accept a position as Creative Director at Cliff Freeman and Partners. According to the Gunn report, it was the most awarded agency in the world during that six-year period.

In his free time, Eric enjoys hanging out with his two teen daughters and spends the rest of his time contemplating how he can be old enough to have two teen daughters.

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Jureeporn Thaidumrong

Chief Creative Officer

GREYnJ UNITED

Jureeporn Thaidumrong

Chief Creative Officer

GREYnJ UNITED

Jureeporn Thaidumrong is indisputably one of the most awarded and renowned Creatives in the advertising industry. More commonly known as “Judee” amongst her peers or “Jeh Ju” (Big Sister) amongst Thai locals.

Judee started out as a copywriter at DY&R Bangkok before joining Leo Burnett, followed by Far East DDB, then Result / Ogilvy & Mather, and later Saatchi & Saatchi as Executive Creative Director.
In almost 30 years of career journey, Judee has become one of the most influential figures to shape Thai advertising. Under her leadership, Results/O&M won Thailand’s first-ever Cannes Gold Lion in 2000, and Saatchi & Saatchi won Thailand’s first-ever D&AD Pencil in 2003.

In 2005, Judee opened her own shop, JEH United, which later merged with Nude Communication as NudeJEH. In this independent venture, Judee has created famous and multi-awarded work, including Smooth-E mini-series commercial, Sylvania “Picnic” TVC and the controversial “Sorry Thailand” long-form TVC that reflected on the nation’s political turmoil in 2010. In 2006, Judee was named Creative of the Year by Hong Kong’s Media Marketing Magazine and ranked #1 in Campaign Brief Asia as the Hottest Creative in Asia.
In 2015, NudeJEH joined WPP Network under Grey Group as GREYnJ UNITED where Judee leads as the Chairwoman/CCO. Since then, the agency has given birth to several famously effective campaigns such as BBQ Fulfill, The Waiter’s Mom, and Nautilus Tuna “Break Up” online film.

Judee is also known for her love of animals and nature. She’s currently hosting 56 stray cats and working on a massive reforestation project at Mae Wang, Chiang Mai.

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Mark Tutssel

Global Chief Creative Officer, Leo Burnett Worldwide

Creative Chairman, Publicis Communications

Mark Tutssel

Global Chief Creative Officer, Leo Burnett Worldwide

Creative Chairman, Publicis Communications

As Global Chief Creative Officer of Leo Burnett Worldwide, Mark Tutssel serves as the global network’s creative leader and is responsible for setting the creative vision for the network’s 85 global offices. Mark oversees the creative output for some of the world’s most respected brands, including Samsung, McDonald’s, Procter & Gamble and Coca-Cola. Mark was recently appointed Creative Chairman of Publicis Communications, uniting creative leaders from Publicis Worldwide, Leo Burnett, Saatchi & Saatchi, BBH, Fallon, Marcel and Prodigious as the top creative force in the industry. Mark’s mission is to lead the group’s unrivaled creative firepower and become an indispensable creative partner to the world’s leading brands.

In 2015, Advertising Age recognized Leo Burnett as the most awarded network in the world. Under Mark’s leadership, the network has also topped the Gunn Report’s “All Gunns Blazing” category for seven of the past eight years, leading the industry in new-world thinking.

One of the most awarded creative directors in the industry, Mark’s work has garnered every major creative accolade including the prestigious Cannes Grand Prix and 110 Lions. During his tenure as Global CCO, Mark has won 533 Cannes Lions, including seven Grand Prix, three Titanium Lions, three Glass Lions, the first ever D&AD White Pencil and a Black Pencil. He has also been named the ‘No. 1 Worldwide Creative Director’ by Campaign Magazine. Mark’s professional success has been rooted in his belief in the power of ideas, and that creativity can change the world.

Under Mark’s creative leadership, Leo Burnett has developed world-class campaigns for some of the world’s most iconic brands, including P&G, Samsung, McDonald’s and Coca-Cola among others. Samsung, Coca-Cola and McDonald’s were named Cannes “Creative Marketer of the Year” under his purview.

In 2013, Mark introduced “Creativity Without Borders”, a game-changing vision for marketing communications to Leo Burnett that is now widely adopted and embraced by the network.

Mark has had the honour of chairing the world’s greatest award shows, including D&AD, Clios, Art Directors Club Global Awards, Eurobest, Spikes, International ANDY Awards, AdFest, Art Directors Club of Europe, London International Awards, and the International YoungGuns. He is also one of the only creative directors in the world to serve as a Cannes Lions Jury President four times. In 2008 he was the President of the Cannes Titanium & Integrated Jury, in 2010 he was the President of both the Film and Press Juries, in 2013 he served as the President of Direct, and again in 2016.

Mark sits on several boards in addition to Publicis Communications’ creative board, including the Publicis Groupe P12 “Executive Committee”, the Facebook Creative Council and the One Show Board of Directors. He is a member of the Royal Society of Arts, co-authored a book on Leo Burnett’s “HumanKind” philosophy, and when not on an airplane, he can be found at home in Chicago or London.

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Götz Ulmer

Partner / Executive Creative Officer

Jung von Matt

Götz Ulmer

Partner / Executive Creative Officer

Jung von Matt

Götz Ulmer was born 49 years ago in Stuttgart, Germany. He studied Graphic Design and startet his career in 1995 as a Junior Art Director at Jung von Matt. Boringly enough, he’s staying in the very same agency for 19 years now.

Götz was honored with numerous awards for clients like Vodafone, MINI, eBay, Audi, Mercedes and the Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestra in international advertising festivals and judged most of them: Cannes, OneShow, DA&D, Clio, New York Festivals, ADC Europe etc.

Till today he has no clue how he could accomplish that.

Past jurors

2016

Laura Jordan Bambach

Mr. President

Chris Beresford-Hill

BBH

Richard Brim

adam&eveDDB

Susan Credle

FCB

Colleen DeCourcy

Wieden+Kennedy

Chavo D Emilio

McCann-Erickson

Pete Favat

Deutsch

Gerry Graf

Barton F. Graf

Morihiro Harano

Mori, Inc.

Ricardo John

J. Walter Thompson

Jeff Kling

Fallon

Fan Ng

Saatchi & Saatchi

David Nobay

Publicis Australia

John Patroulis

BBH

Malcolm Poynton

Cheil Worldwide

Satbir Singh

Thinkstr

Liz Taylor

Ogilvy

Fabien Teichner

Marcel

Mark Tutssel

Leo Burnett Worldwide

Thimoteus Wagner

Jung von Matt

Xanthe Wells

Juan Sanchez

TBWA

Past jurors

2015

Colleen DeCourcy

Wieden+Kennedy

Vida Cornelious

Walton Isaacson

Matt Eastwood

JWT

David Eriksson

North Kingdom

Pete Favat

Deutsch

Gerry Graf

Barton F. Graf 9000

Bob Greenberg

R/GA

Sa’ad Hussein

TBWAKuala Lumpur

Margaret Johnson

Goodby Silverstein & Partners

Andrew Keller

CP+B

Ben Malbon

Google

David Nobay

Droga5

Johan Olivero

Forsman & Bodenfors

Juan Carlos Ortiz

DDB Latina

Josy Paul

BBDO India

Tiffany Rolfe

Co

Mark Tutssel

Leo Burnett

Debbi Vandeven

VML

Thim Wagner

Jung von Matt

Xanthe Wells

Pitch

2014

David Droga

Chairman

Droga5

Joe Alexander

The Martin Agency, Richmond

Olivier Altmann

Publicis Conseil, Paris

Sarah Barclay

JWT, New York

Katrien Bottez

Duval Guillaume Modem, Brussels

Edmund Choe

TBWA, Singapore

Merlee Cruz-Jayme

DM9 Jayme Syfu, Makati City

Mark D’Arcy

Facebook, London

Colleen DeCourcy

Weiden + Kennedy, Portland

Pete Favat

Deutsch, Los Angeles

Bob Greenberg

R/GA, New York

Morihiro Harano

Mori, Tokyo

Margaret Johnson

Goodby Silverstein & Partners, San Francisco

Amir Kassaei

DDB, New York

Andrew Keller

CP+B, Denver

Santosh Padhi

Taproot, Mumbai

Malcolm Poynton

SapientNitro, London

Eric Quennoy

W+K, Amsterdam

Fernanda Romano

Naked, São Paulo

Ted Royer

Droga5, New York

Dörte Spengler-Ahrens

Jung von Matt, Hamburg

Iain Tait

Google Creative Lab, New York

Mark Tutssel

Leo Burnett Worldwide, Chicago

Mark Waites

Mother, London

Nick Worthington

Colenso BBDO, Ponsonby

Shahir Zag

Y&R MENA, Dubai

2013

Bob Greenberg

Chairman

R/GA

Jeff Benjamin

JWT North America

Mark D’Arcy

Facebook

Colleen DeCourcy

Wieden+Kennedy

David Eriksson

North Kingdom

Pete Favat

Arnold Worldwide

Margaret Johnson

Goodby, Silverstein & Partners

Prasoon Joshi

McCann Erickson India

Gigi Lee

Y&R Malaysia

José Molla

La Comunidad

Ty Montague

Co:Collective

PJ Pereira

Pereira O'Dell

Malcolm Poynton

SapientNitro

Luiz Sanches

AlmapBBDO

Eric Schoeffler

DDB Tribal Group

Rob Schwartz

TBWAChiatDay

Jimmy Smith

Amusement Park Entertainment

Nick Turner

AKQA

Mark Tutssel

Leo Burnett Worldwide

Guillermo Vega

Wieden & Kennedy SP

Mark Waites

Mother

2012

Bob Greenberg

Chairman

R/GA

Stephan Beringer

Digitas International

Juliana Constantino

AgenciaClick

Colleen DeCourcy

Socialistic

Pete Favat

Arnold Worldwide

Prasoon Joshi

McCann Worldgroup India

Masashi Kawamura

Creative PARTY

Andrew Keller

Crispin Porter + Bogusky

José Molla

La Comunidad

Ty Montague

Co Collective

Do Cao Nguyen

Clipper Indochine

David Nobay

Droga5

Patricia Pätzold

kempertrautmann

Vivian Rosenthal

Goldrun

Bob Scarpelli

DDB Worldwide

Jimmy Smith

Amusement Park Entertainment

Calvin Soh

Iain Tait

Wieden+Kennedy

Mark Tutssel

Leo Burnett Worldwide

Mark Waites

Mother

2011

Ty Montague

Co-Chairman

Co-Founder, Co:

Michael Lebowitz

Co-Chairman

Founder and CEO, Big Spaceship

Suzana Apelbaum

Strawberryfrog

Mathias Appelblad

BBDO

Sam Ball

Lean Mean Fighting Machine

Lars Bastholm

Ogilvy

Conor Brady

Organic

Mimi Cook

Mekanism

Evan Fry

Victors & Spoils

Jeff Goodby

Goodby Silverstein & Partners

Gerry Graf

Barton F. Graf 9000

Prasoon Joshi

McCann Erickson

Andrew Keller

Crispin Porter + Bogusky

Kris Kiger

R/GA

Ben Malbon

Google Creative Lab

Andre Matarazzo

Gringo

Mike Monello

Campfire

Ted Persson

Great Works

Jimmy Smith

TBWACHIATDAY

Iain Tait

Wieden+Kennedy

Jureeporn Thaidumrong

JEH United

Mark Tutssel

Leo Burnett Worldwide

Guillermo Vega

Y&R

Mark Waites

Mother London

CFE Challenge Winner

Michael Williams

2010

Ty Montague

Co-Chairman

Co-Founder, Co:

Michael Lebowitz

Co-Chairman

Founder and CEO, Big Spaceship

Suzana Apelbaum

REDE

Rémi Babinet

BETC Euro RSCG

Hashem Bajwa

Droga5

Jeff Benjamin

Crispin Porter + Bogusky

Rick Boyko

VCU Brandcenter

Rebecca Carrasco

Colman/Rasic/Carrasco

Mimi Cook

Apple

Shepard Fairey

Graphic Designer/ Graffiti Artist

Pete Favat

Arnold Worldwide

Rei Inamoto

AKQA

Alessandra Lariu

McCann NY

Nick Law

R/GA

José Mollá

la comunidad

Bob Moore

Publicis

PJ Pereira

Pereira & O'Dell

Leo Premutico

Johannes Leonardo

Ashley Ringrose

Soap Creative

Vivian Rosenthal

Tronic Studios

Rob Schwartz

TBWAChiatDay

Mark Tutssel

Leo Burnett Worldwide

Erik Vervroegen

Goodby, Silverstein & Partners

Mark Waites

Mother/London

2009

Mark Waites

Chairman

Mother, London

Mike Byrne

Anomaly New York

Raul Cardos

DDB Mexico

Susan Credle

BBDO New York

Marie-Catherine Dupuy

TBWAFrance

David Eriksson

North Kingdom Design & Communication

Pete Favat

Arnold Worldwide Boston

Jeff Goodby

Goodby, Silverstein & Partners

Gerry Graf

Saatchi & Saatchi New York

Tony Granger

Y&R New York

Bob Greenberg

R/GA New York

Prasoon Joshi

McCann Erickson India

Andrew Keller

Crispin, Porter + Bogusky Boulder

Carol Lam

TBWAShanghai

José Mollá

la comunidad Miami

Ty Montague

JWT New York

Bob Moore

Publicis Seattle

Hiroki Nakamura

DENTSU Inc. Tokyo

Ted Royer

Droga5 New York

Feh Tarty

Wieden + Kennedy London

Jureeporn Thaidumrong

JEH United Bangkok

Mark Tutssel

Leo Burnett Worldwide Chicago

Oliver Voss

Jung von Matt Hamburg

Simon Waterfall

Poke London

2008

Mark Waites

Chairman

Mother, London

Susan Credle

BBDO New York

David Droga

Droga5 New York

Marie-Catherine Dupuy

TBWA France

Susan Hoffman

Wieden + Kennedy, Inc. Portland

Andrew Keller

Crispin, Porter + Bogusky

Andy McKeon

Bulldozer

David Nobay

Droga5

Hiroki Nakamura

Dentsu Inc. Tokyo

Bob Scarpelli

DDB Worldwide New York

Simon Smith

Naked Sydney

Kash Sree

JWT New York

Thirasak Tanapatanakul

Creative Juice

Feh Tarty

Weiden + Kennedy London

Jureeporn Thaidumrong

JEH United Bangkok

Mark Tutssel

Leo Burnett Worldwide

2007

Mark Tutssel

Chairman

Leo Burnett Worldwide

Sarah Barclay

Saatchi & Saatchi New York

Carlos Bayala

Madre

Marie-Catherine Dupuy

TBWAFRANCE

Pete Favat

Arnold Worldwide

Bob Greenberg

R/GA New York

Andrew Keller

Crispin Porter + Bogusky

José Mollá

la comunidad

Ty Montague

JWT New York

Augusto Moya

DDB Brazil

David Nobay

Saatchi & Saatchi Australia

Kim Papworth

Wieden & Kennedy London

Bob Scarpelli

DDB

Paul Shearer

Nitro Group

Thirasak Tanapatanakul

Creative Juice G1TBWA Thailand

Mark Waites

Mother London

2006

Mark Tutssel

Chairman

Leo Burnett Worldwide

Andy Berlin

Berlin Cameron/ United

Mike Byrne

Wieden & Kennedy Worldwide

Tony Davidson

Wieden & Kennedy London

Marie-Catherine Dupuy

TBWAFRANCE

Pete Favat

Arnold Worldwide

Jeff Goodby

Goodby, Silverstein & Partners

Tony Granger

Saatchi & Saatchi New York

Bob Greenberg

R/GA New York

Steve Hayden

Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide

Mike Hughes

The Martin Agency

Andrew Keller

Crispin Porter + Bogusky

Elspeth Lynn

ZiG /Toronto

José Mollá

la comunidad

Piyush Pandey

Ogilvy & Mather, India

Bob Scarpelli

DDB, Worldwide

2005

Alex Bogusky

Chairman

Crispin Porter + Bogusky

Jeff Benjamin

Crispin Porter + Bogusky

John Butler

Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners

Sonal Dabral

Ogilvy & Mather, Singapore

Sandra DeWitt

TBWA Hunt Lascaris, South Africa

Marie-Catherine Dupuy

TBWA/France

Pete Favat

Arnold Worldwide

Ian Grais

Rethink, Canada

Valerie Graves

Creative Director

Doug Jaeger

thehappycorp global

Jim Nelson

Carmichael Lynch

Kim Papworth

Wieden+Kennedy, London

Danny Searle

Clemenger BBDO, Sydney

Eric Silver

BBDO, New York

Mark Tutssel

Leo Burnett, USA

Tracy Wong

WONGDOODY

2004

Alex Bogusky

Chairman

Crispin Porter + Bogusky

David Baldwin

McKinney & Silver

Jeff Benjamin

Crispin Porter + Bogusky

Arthur Bijur

Cliff Freeman and Partners

Libby Brockhoff

Freelancer

Harry Cocciolo

Goodby Silverstein & Partners

Marie-Catherine Dupuy

TBWA France

William Gelner

Bartle Bogle Hegarty

Tony Granger

Saatchi & Saatchi, London

Valerie Graves

Cabell Harris Work, Inc.

Lance Jensen

Modernista!

Rochelle Klein

José Mollá la comunidad

Ty Montague

Wieden + Kennedy, New York

Bob Scarpelli

DDB US / DDB Chicago

Guy Seese

Cole & Weber/ Red Cell, Seattle & Portland

Mike Shine

Stern & Partners

Jureeporn Thaidumrong

Saatchi & Saatchi, Bangkok

Mark Tutssel

Leo Burnett, USA

Mark Waites

Mother, London

Tracy Wong

WONGDOODY

2003

Tedd Sann

Vice Chairman

BBDO North America

Alex Bogusky

Crispin Porter + Bogusky

Rick Boyko

Ogilvy & Mather

Andreas Combuechen

Atmosphere

Pete Favat

Arnold Worldwide

Mark Fenske

The Bomb Factory

Jim Ferguson

DDB Chicago

Tony Granger

Saatchi & Saatchi

Cabell Harris

WORK

Luis Miguel Messianu

del Rivero Messianu DDB

Danny Searle Clemenger

BBDO Sydney

Rob Siltanen

Siltanen Keehn

Luke Sullivan

Chief Creative Officer

Mark Tutssel

Leo Burnett Chicago