The Jury / advertising

The entries for the ADC 93rd Annual Awards will be chaired and juried by talented and inspiring leaders in design, illustration, advertising, interactive, photography and motion. These six top industry talents will be responsible for upholding the standard of the Art Directors Club’s ongoing commitment to award work that meets the highest standards of art and craft in today’s visual communications industries.

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Ompong Remigio

Executive Creative Director

Grey, Phillippines

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Ompong Remigio

Executive Creative Director

Grey, Phillippines

Ompong is an industry veteran and is one of the Philippines’ best known creatives. As the Chief Creative Officer for Campaigns & Grey, she is responsible for overseeing the output of all creative units under the Campaigns Group.

Prior to Grey, Ompong has worked for some of the world’s biggest agencies including Y&R, Lowe, Publicis, DDB and BBDO. She brings with her a wealth of experience across various sectors, having handled diverse accounts from her years in the industry.

Acknowledged by the marketing communications industry in the Philippines as the “Queen of Radio Advertising,” Ompong is an award-winning creative who has won over 150 radio awards for some of the world’s most prestigious brands including Nestle, Bayer, J&J and Colgate. Her creative award tally would exceed 300 inclusive of those received for her TV and print works.

Recently, she was elevated to the Creative Guild’s Hall of Fame. She has also won the national book award for children’s literature.

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Cassio Moron

Creative Director

Loducca

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Cassio Moron

Creative Director

Loducca

Cássio Moron has been in advertising for over 25 years, working in ad agencies in Brazil, Portugal, Spain and the USA. For the past seven years, he has been running the creative team at Loducca as the Creative Director and Head of Art.

His career has been rewarded with various prizes, including Cannes Lions, One Show, Communication Arts, The New York Festivals, Eurobest, Fiap, Clio, Epica, Archive, Clube de Criação de São Paulo (CCSP) and Addys, among others.

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Souen Le Van

Art Director

Marcel

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Souen Le Van

Art Director

Marcel

Souen, 27, started her career at Marcel Paris in January 2008 as an Art Director under the guidance of Anne de Maupeou.

Souen has worked for several high-profile brands such as Ray-Ban, Coca-Cola, Nestlé Waters, Orange, France 24 International News Channel and Editions Points Publishing House.

Souen has been lucky to win many international and national awards, including a Grand Clio, a Grand Prix Eurobest and several Gold Lions. She’s been recognized by the One Show, ADC, Andy, D&AD, LIA, French Art Directors Club and FWA

Souen campaigns helped Marcel become Agency of the Year at Eurobest 2011 and Clios 2013.

Outside of work, Souen likes to practice her yoga indoors.

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Nancy Hannon

Executive Vice President, Group Creative Director

Energy BBDO

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Nancy Hannon

Executive Vice President, Group Creative Director

Energy BBDO

If there were one word to describe Nancy Hannon, it would be “tenacious.”

Nancy knows how to get things done, using her incredible drive on some of the biggest brands in advertising. Her highly contagious tenacity has earned her complete confidence from clients and has made Nancy a most sought after mentor for young women in the business.

In September 2013, Nancy joined Energy BBDO, coming on board as the only female EVP, Group Creative Director and leading the creative efforts for Quaker and Bayer vitamins.

Prior to joining Energy, Nancy was with The Martin Agency where she was the lead on the American Cancer Society account, leading important creative work that featured the musical talents of Faith Hill, Josh Groban, and Jennifer Hudson.

Before leading the American Cancer Society, Nancy was in charge of Walmart, where she served, once again, as the only female SVP, Group Creative Director. For three years she oversaw all aspects of advertising for the largest retailer in the world while marketing to 200 million moms. Her award-winning work played a major role in Adweek’s naming of The Martin Agency as “Agency of the Year” in 2009.

Over a 20-year career, Nancy has brought her creative talents to Leo Burnett, Y&R and DDB, working on everything from Reebok and Sears to Maybelline, Kraft, Hanes, Living Social, P&G, and more. Her work has been recognized at Cannes, Clios, CA, and D&AD, and her work has been part of a permanent collection at MOMA.

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Hélène Godin

Creative Director, Partner

Sid Lee

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Hélène Godin

Creative Director, Partner

Sid Lee

Meet Hélène Godin, an active member of and long-time contributor to the national and international creative scenes, in all of their facets. A graduate of Université du Québec à Montréal in graphic design, she is best known for having built a recognized multidisciplinary team at Sid Lee, as well as for her insatiable love for transforming brands.

She sees projects through with an open, integrative approach, marrying architecture with design and multimedia. Her efforts have resulted in an experiential environment for the new SAQ stores and in the launch of an urban spa, Bota Bota, for which she earned a Gold Lion award at Cannes. She is also one of the key brains behind the growing Sid Lee Collective Boot Camps initiative, an incubator of creative experimentation that unites disciplines while fostering young talent.

As a partner at Sid Lee, Hélène is no stranger to leading the pack. Guiding one of the world’s most highly celebrated creative teams for more than ten years, she has earned some of design’s most prestigious awards, including Gold and Silver Cannes Lions and a One Show Design Pencil award. Her work has been lauded by the Advertising & Design Club, the Type Directors Club, Communication Arts, Créa and Grafika.

Hélène had the honour of serving as jury chair for the 2013 One Show Design, as well as jury member at Cannes Design in 2011.

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Wade Devers

Executive Creative Director & Managing Partner

Arnold

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Wade Devers

Executive Creative Director & Managing Partner

Arnold

In 1990, after completing his Graphic Design and Illustration studies in Aberdeen, Scotland, Wade moved back to the United States and landed his first job at the highly-recognized creative agency, Leonard, Monahan, Lubars in Providence, Rhode Island. Once he figured out what an Art Director actually did, Wade began to develop his love for the craft learning from an A-list of advertising’s brightest art directors and writers.

In September 2013 Wade was offered the role of ECD / Co-creative lead of Arnold’s flagship office in Boston. Wade’s tenure with Arnold began in 1999 when he was recruited as an art director to work on the Converse account, and over the years has lead the creative efforts for many Fortune 500 brands and has touched almost every account in the agency.
For the past 5 years Wade has also served as the Global Creative Director for the iconic Jack Daniel’s family of brands. His work as an art director and a creative director has been recognized by several of the industry’s most prestigious showcases including D&AD, Cannes and The One Show.

 

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Damon Stapleton

Executive Creative Director

Saatchi & Saatchi Australia

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Damon Stapleton

Executive Creative Director

Saatchi & Saatchi Australia

Damon is the Executive Creative Director of Saatchi & Saatchi Australia. He has worked on global brands such as BMW, Nissan, Heineken, Visa, the World Cup 2010 campaign for Adidas, Toyota and Cadbury.

He is most famous for his “Trillion Dollar” bill campaign for The Zimbabwean, which in 2010 was recognized as the most awarded campaign.  Ever.  It is now a permanent collection in the British Museum.

He was also recognised as one of the top 10 Executive Creative Directors in the world by Creativity Magazine in 2010. In 2011, Finance Week awarded him Achiever of Year in South Africa. He’s had a variety of short stories published as well as articles for various magazines.

Damon has collected many awards at some of the most prestigious international advertising festival shows, receiving D&AD Pencils – including a Black Pencil.  He’s won 21 Cannes Lions, including a Grand Prix and eight Gold Lions, a Grand Clio, 10 One Show pencils including eight Gold Pencils, and the first ever ADC Black Cube awarded.

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Elvis Chau

Partner

Anomaly Shanghai

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Elvis Chau

Partner

Anomaly Shanghai

Elvis Chau is a Partner at Anomaly Shanghai, which was founded in May, 2013.

Prior to joining Anomaly,  Elvis was the former Executive Creative Director of JWT Shanghai. It was at JWT where he partnered with Eric Lee to drive growth and world-class, diverse creative output for the agency, bringing home China’s first-ever Cannes Grand Prix in 2011, and China’s first ever Grand LIA at the London International Award’s History. In 2011, JWT Shanghai was named the Agency of the Year for Greater China by Campaign Asia.

He started his career with JWT Singapore in 1999 and spent the next twelve years in three different markets — Singapore, Thailand and China. A champion of effectiveness, Elvis has focused on delivering innovative work that delivers results for clients, and along the way has picked up over 200 awards in shows such as Cannes, Effie, Clio, One Show, London International, Spikes Asia, Asia Pacific AdFest and respective local awards.

In 2008, his adidas China Olympics campaign won the first gold Cannes Lion for China. In 2011, under his leadership as Executive Creative Director, JWT Shanghai made history by clinching the most number of Cannes Lions — three Gold, one Silver, two Bronze and China’s first ever Grand Prix. In 2012, he was named one of Fast Company‘s Most Creative People In Business

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Hadas Liwer

Chief Creative Officer

JWT Israel

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Hadas Liwer

Chief Creative Officer

JWT Israel

Hadas Liwer is a 38-year-old Chief Creative Officer at JWT Israel, and is the only female CCO in the Israeli advertising top 20 agencies.

At the age of 20, while her peers went to the university, Hadas got married to her high school sweetheart. Together they opened a studio for design and music.

In 2001, she sold her business and started working as an Art Director at Israel’s leading advertising agencies, such as Saatchi & Saatchi, Y&R and BBDO.
She has managed both international leading brands (Coca-Cola, Wrigley’s, Nokia, Lexus etc.) along with top local brands.

During her 13 years in this demanding industry, Hadas never gave up on raising a family, and gave birth to two sons: Liron (14) and Daniel (11).

During 2013 Hadas judged several local and International award shows such as Cannes Lions, LIA and the Cristal Festival.

 

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Otis D. Gibson

Founder + Chief Creative Officer

GERTRUDE

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Otis D. Gibson

Founder + Chief Creative Officer

GERTRUDE

Otis leads the way at global advertising and marketing services agency GERTRUDE by drawing on over 25 years experience working in all facets of advertising and managing national and global budgets ranging from $250K – $250MM. Otis has been on the front lines pioneering innovative solutions and results for a diverse portfolio of brands including AB InBev, Absolut Vodka, adidas, American Express, Asia Pacific Breweries, Champion USA, Coca-Cola, DIAGEO, Google, HP, Kellogg’s, Kraft, L.A. Gear, L’Oreal, Maker’s Mark, McDonald’s, Mead Johnson Nutrition, Microsoft, MillerCoors, MTV Networks, QVC, Singha Beer, Sunkist, Tiger Beer, Toyota, The U.S. Army, Virgin, and William Grant & Sons.

Before founding GERTRUDE, Otis worked at some of the most respected advertising agencies in the world in the US and Europe, including Interbrand, Leagas Delany, Leo Burnett, Mullen, and Quaker City Mercantile.

Otis’s talent also extends to the advertising community as a member of the Ad Council, an adjunct graduate professor, member of several executive advisory boards, and judge to numerous award shows across the globe. Otis studied at the Steinbeis School of Management + Innovation and holds an MBA from the Berlin School of Creative Leadership at Steinbeis-Hochschule-Berlin in Berlin, Tokyo, Shanghai, New York, and L.A.

The scope of Otis’ concentration included: Accounting & Controlling, Applied Economics, Business Strategy, Business Law & Ethics, Complex Project Management, Cross-Cultural Manage-ment, Entrepreneurship, Finance & Valuation, Marketing & Innovation, Management Statistics, Multinational Business in Asia, and Negotiation & Decision Making.

In addition, Otis currently serves as President of the Berlin School of Creative Leadership Alumni Association.

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Matthias Storath

Executive Creative Director

Ogilvy & Mather Advertising Frankfurt

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Matthias Storath

Executive Creative Director

Ogilvy & Mather Advertising Frankfurt

Matthias Storath studied Communication Design and worked as a copywriter and Creative Director for Jung von Matt, Aimaq.Rapp.Stolle and HEIMAT, Berlin. In 2010 he joined Ogilvy & Mather Advertising Frankfurt as Executive Creative Director and in 2012 he was appointed to the management team as Managing Director.

Matthias Storath has won over 300 national and international awards, mostly for integrated communication, online campaigns and film. He received the first Cannes Titanium and Integrated Lion for Germany. Furthermore, he won an ADC Germany Grand Prix and four additional Grand Prix at international festivals.

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Vivian Yong

Creative Director

Wieden+Kennedy

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Vivian Yong

Creative Director

Wieden+Kennedy

If you’ve ever found yourself wondering what it might be like to walk across Spain or sail from Hong Kong to Okinawa, then Vivian is your girl. Not shy of a little adventure, she’s done them both and has explored different horizons in her unusual career path. Hong Kong born and raised, Vivian spent a number of years in the UK for her Masters Degree from the London Consortium and has been a writer, a goldsmith and a creative partner of a photography studio before landing in W+K Shanghai as a creative director.

She began her advertising career at M&C Saatchi HK, O&M and then McCann Erickson. In that time she made exciting things for Cathay Pacific, Nestea, P&G, British Airways, and Kowloon Diary. Now at W+K Shanghai working on Levis, Tiffany and Shanghai Disney Resort, Vivian believes her sense of adventure is kept alive and well.

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Susan Stone

Founder

Tonic

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Susan Stone

Founder

Tonic

Stone currently lives in London, running a small creative shop specializing in music as a layer of communication. Clients include Google, Spotify, Christian Dior, Jaguar, Agent Provocateur, agencies such as BBH, Droga5 and Wieden+Kennedy, and production companies including B-Reel, Anonymous Content and Warner Brothers.

Armed with a background in choreography and a Masters degree in Music Psychology, her approach is a mixture of art and science. In addition, she runs a record club that has been featured in Time Out, and is the music partner to Internet Week Europe. She was recently voted into the Hospital Club & Guardian Culture 100 (Music), and recognized as one of Business Insider‘s 33 Most Creative Women in Advertising. A personal favorite project is the Axe ‘Even Angels Will Fall’ campaign, winner of the 2012 Cannes Grand Prix for Creative Effectiveness.

Her ambition is to find new ways to bring music to life, and make the world a more interesting place to be listening.

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Manir Fadel

Creative Vice President

Lew'Lara TBWA

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Manir Fadel

Creative Vice President

Lew'Lara TBWA

Manir Fadel is the Chief Creative Officer of Lew’LaraTBWA, in São Paulo, Brazil. He was ranked among the ten most awarded creative directors at Cannes Lions 2010.

During his 17 years in advertising, he has won all the major awards of the industry, including D&AD, the One Show, Gunn Report and the Clio Awards.

He’s currently working for Gatorade, Adidas, Banco do Brasil and is helping Nissan advertising to become part of popular culture in Brazil, working as a Creative Director for campaigns such as ‘Damn Ponies’, which has almost 15 million views on YouTube and was elected one of the Most Contagious Works of 2011 by Contagious Magazine and ‘Give It Your All’ for Adidas which is the most viewed film of the Brand in the World.